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Vietnamese English Vietnamese Dictionary 4in1 – English Vietnamese 4 in 1 Dictionary
contradict me‧trasdict AC /ˌkɒntrəˈdɪkt $ kɑːn-/ BrE AmE verb first. to disagree with something, especially by saying that the opposite is true: Deborah opened her mouth to contradict, but closed it again. Dad just can’t bear to be contradicted. The article flatly contradicts their claims.
See also: Round Earth Nothing is Impossible, Earth Round, Nothing is Impossible
2. if one statement, story etc contradicts another, the facts in it are different so that both statements cannot be true: The witness statements contradict each other and the facts remain unclear. 3. contradict yourself to say something that is the opposite of what you said before: Within five minutes he had contradicted himself twice.contradithu◎<,kɔntrə”dikt>※verb to contradict, to oppose ☆the statements of the witnesses contradict each other ☆to contradict a statement