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deselect

(ˌdiːsɪˈlɛkt)
vb (tr)
1. (Government, Politics & Diplomacy) politics Brit (of a constituency organization) to refuse to select (an existing MP) for re-election
2. (Industrial Relations & HR Terms) US to discharge (a trainee) during the period of training
3. (Computer Science) computing to cancel (a highlighted selection of data) on a computer screen
4. (Computer Science) computing to remove (the check mark) at an option in a dialogue box
ˌdeseˈlection n

de•se•lect

(ˌdi sɪˈlɛkt)

v.t.
to discharge (a trainee) from a program of training.
[1960–65]

deselect


Past participle: deselected
Gerund: deselecting

Imperative
deselect
deselect
Present
I deselect
you deselect
he/she/it deselects
we deselect
you deselect
they deselect
Preterite
I deselected
you deselected
he/she/it deselected
we deselected
you deselected
they deselected
Present Continuous
I am deselecting
you are deselecting
he/she/it is deselecting
we are deselecting
you are deselecting
they are deselecting
Present Perfect
I have deselected
you have deselected
he/she/it has deselected
we have deselected
you have deselected
they have deselected
Past Continuous
I was deselecting
you were deselecting
he/she/it was deselecting
we were deselecting
you were deselecting
they were deselecting
Past Perfect
I had deselected
you had deselected
he/she/it had deselected
we had deselected
you had deselected
they had deselected
Future
I will deselect
you will deselect
he/she/it will deselect
we will deselect
you will deselect
they will deselect
Future Perfect
I will have deselected
you will have deselected
he/she/it will have deselected
we will have deselected
you will have deselected
they will have deselected
Future Continuous
I will be deselecting
you will be deselecting
he/she/it will be deselecting
we will be deselecting
you will be deselecting
they will be deselecting
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been deselecting
you have been deselecting
he/she/it has been deselecting
we have been deselecting
you have been deselecting
they have been deselecting
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been deselecting
you will have been deselecting
he/she/it will have been deselecting
we will have been deselecting
you will have been deselecting
they will have been deselecting
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been deselecting
you had been deselecting
he/she/it had been deselecting
we had been deselecting
you had been deselecting
they had been deselecting
Conditional
I would deselect
you would deselect
he/she/it would deselect
we would deselect
you would deselect
they would deselect
Past Conditional
I would have deselected
you would have deselected
he/she/it would have deselected
we would have deselected
you would have deselected
they would have deselected
Translations

deselect

[ˌdiːsɪˈlekt] VTno renovar la candidatura de, no reelegir

deselect

[ˌdiːsɪˈlɛkt] vt (COMPUTING)désélectionner

deselect

vt MP etcnicht wieder (als Kandidat) aufstellen
vi (Comput) → eine Markierung aufheben
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