Translation of disavowal in Spanish:

disavowal

desmentido, n.

Pronunciation /ˌdɪsəˈvaʊəl//ˌdɪsəˈvaʊ(ə)l/

noun

formal

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    desmentido masculine
    mentís masculine Spain
    • Michael, is this in your judgment, even though there have been disavowals, that there would be any interest on the part of the major parties in making this a religion government?
    • Some people cope by denial or disavowal, making open communication less appropriate in the earlier stages.
    • Such disavowals always remind me of Henry Kissinger's line that when a state denies it intends to take a course of action, it is signalling to others that it has the capacity to take such action if it wishes.
    • I heard many comments about people being of equal value and of not liking anyone who ‘thinks they are better than I am,’ but I also heard frequent disavowals about economic equality.
    • Here we have today Scott McClellan, the president's press secretary, specifically demanding further disavowals of the story from Newsweek.