• (British) IPA: /dɪsbɪˈliːv/

disbelieve (disbelieves, present participle disbelieving; past and past participle disbelieved)

  1. To not believe; to exercise disbelief.
  2. To actively deny (a statement, opinion or perception).
    He chose to disbelieve the bad news as inconceivable.
  3. To cease to believe.
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