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dismissively

(dɪsˈmɪsɪvlɪ)
adv
in a dismissive manner
Translations

dismissively

[dɪsˈmɪsɪvlɪ] ADV
1. (= disdainfully) [speak, wave] → despectivamente, con desdén
2. (sending sb away) "that's all," he said dismissively-eso es todo -se limitó a decir él

dismissively

[dɪsˈmɪsɪvli] adv [say, reply] → d'un ton dédaigneux

dismissively

advabweisend; sayabweisend, wegwerfend
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Responding to former Congress president Rahul Gandhi's accusations about draconian restriction being imposed in the state, the Ladakh MP dismissively said: "there is no need to comment on his statements".
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Unfortunately, the article touches lightly, even dismissively, on the likely collaboration with Turkey, as a means of refurbishing the island port of Suakin for the primary purposes of military infrastructure and geopolitical design.
'Not in this lifetime,' the singer said, dismissively, as he got inside a car.
The letter 'tells me you still don't get it,' Aquilina said, tossing the letter dismissively.
And Geoffrey, as Geoffrey always did, would shoulder arms dismissively and see me off, with my tail between my legs.
("God help him," she said, dismissively, indicating he was still in prison.)
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Smith writes dismissively of recent scholarship that seeks to interpret the operations of the Soviet state (and its revolutionary precursors) as reflecting this genealogy.
Japanese temples are all alike,' she wrote, somewhat dismissively. 'The symbols, idols and adornments depend upon the sect to which the temple belongs, or the wealth of its votaries, or the fancy of the priests.