discourage from

を思いとどまらせる, を妨げる

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  • discourage from — deter, dissuade …   English contemporary dictionary

  • discourage — ► VERB 1) cause a loss of confidence or enthusiasm in. 2) prevent or try to prevent by showing disapproval or creating difficulties. 3) (discourage from) persuade (someone) against (an action). DERIVATIVES discouragement noun discouraging… …   English terms dictionary

  • discourage — /dɪsˈkʌrɪdʒ / (say dis kurij) verb (t) (discouraged, discouraging) 1. to deprive of courage; dishearten; dispirit. 2. to obstruct by opposition or difficulty; hinder: low prices discourage industry; *They … put oil round the bricks to keep out… …   Australian English dictionary

  • discourage — v. (D; tr.) to discourage from * * * [dɪs kʌrɪdʒ] (D; tr.) to discourage from …   Combinatory dictionary

  • discourage — vb 1 Discourage, dishearten, dispirit, deject mean to weaken in qualities that maintain interest, zeal, activity, or power to continue or to resist. Discourage implies not only the loss of courage and confidence but the entrance of fear and the… …   New Dictionary of Synonyms

  • discourage — mid 15c., discoragen, from M.Fr. descourager, from O.Fr. descoragier, from des away (see DIS (Cf. dis )) + corage (see COURAGE (Cf. courage)). Related: Discouraged; discouragement; discouraging …   Etymology dictionary

  • Discourage — Dis*cour age (?; 48), v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Discouraged}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Discouraging}.] [Pref. dis + courage: cf. OF. descoragier, F. d[ e]courager: pref. des (L. dis ) + corage, F. courage. See {Courage}.] 1. To extinguish the courage of; to… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • discourage — I verb advise against, affright, animum frangere, argue against, avert, cast down, cause discontent, cause dislike, cause doubt, caution, contraindicate, convince to the contrary, dampen, daunt, deflect, dehort, deject, demoralize, deprecate,… …   Law dictionary

  • discourage — 01. Her parents tried to [discourage] her from marrying him, but she just ignored them. 02. He became totally [discouraged] after he failed his course a second time. 03. High interest rates are a serious [discouragement] to buying a house these… …   Grammatical examples in English

  • discourage — dis|cour|age [dısˈkʌrıdʒ US ˈkə:r ] v [T] 1.) to persuade someone not to do something, especially by making it seem difficult or bad ≠ ↑encourage ▪ attempts to discourage illegal immigration discourage sb from doing sth ▪ My father is a lawyer,… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • discourage */ — UK [dɪsˈkʌrɪdʒ] / US verb [transitive] Word forms discourage : present tense I/you/we/they discourage he/she/it discourages present participle discouraging past tense discouraged past participle discouraged 1) to try to prevent something from… …   English dictionary

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