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It is vanity to desire a long life and to take no heed of a good life.Thomas γ Kempis
- Hyphenation: hy‧lä‧tä
- IPA: /'hylætæ(ʔ)/
hylätä (stem hyl-*)
- (transitive) To reject, turn down (e.g. a plan).
- (transitive) To refuse, turn away (e.g. a person proposing or somesuch).
- (transitive) To abandon, desert, leave (e.g. one's spouse, child).
- (transitive) To abandon, forsake (e.g. principles).
- (transitive) To give up, dismiss (e.g. a thought).
- (transitive) To fail, flunk (in a test at school).
- (Template loop detected: Template:context 1) To dismiss, disallow, throw out (e.g. charges), to overrule (a protest at a court).
- (Template loop detected: Template:context 1) To defeat (a law proposal).
- (transitive) To disqualify (a sports result).
- Impersonal indicative present connegative form of hylätä.
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