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verb [transitive]     disinvite pronunciation in American English
/ˌdɪsɪnˈvaɪt/
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present tense
I/you/we/theydisinvite
he/she/itdisinvites
present participledisinviting
past tensedisinvited
past participledisinvited
  1. to withdraw an invitation to someone

    I cannot disinvite him because he is travelling from out of town.

    disinvite someone from/to something:

    They were told they'd been disinvited from the conference and would have to leave.

    disinvite someone to do something:

    The chief cardiologist in the study has been disinvited to serve on the committee.

    This meaning is based on one submitted to the Open Dictionary by: Boris Marchenko from Russian Federation on 09/08/2015
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