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Repel | Definition of Repel by Merriam-Webster
When to Use Repel. Since re-can mean not just "again" but also "back", repel means "drive back".Repel has two common adjective forms; thus, a repellent or repulsive odor may drive us into the other room. Its main noun form is repulsion. Magnets exhibit both attraction and repulsion, and the goal of an armed defense is the repulsion of an enemy; but we generally use repulsion to mean "strong ...
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Repel | Definition of Repel at Dictionary.com
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Repel - definition of repel by The Free Dictionary
7. (General Physics) (also intr) to exert an opposing force on (something): an electric charge repels another charge of the same sign.
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Repel - Bulbapedia, the community-driven Pokémon encyclopedia
Main article: Repel (Sun & Moon 130) Repel was introduced as an Item card in the Pokémon Trading Card Game during the English Sun & Moon Series (the Japanese Sun & Moon Era) in the Sun & Moon expansion. It was also printed in the Japanese Sun & Moon Starter Set.. This Trainer card forces the player's opponent to switch one of their Active Pokémon with one of their Benched Pokémon.
REPEL | meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary
repel definition: 1. to force something or someone to move away or stop attacking you: 2. to have a magnetic field that pushes away something with a similar magnetic field: 3. People or things that repel you make you feel strongly that you do not want to be near, see, or think about them: . Learn more.
repel | Definition of repel in English by Oxford Dictionaries
‘Noddy terns, in contrast, have plumage that repels water better, and they are often seen flopping onto the sea, able to rest comfortably far from land.’
Repel Synonyms, Repel Antonyms | Thesaurus.com
But the shock was insufficient to repel the impetus of the charge. Or did the horror of the men at the sight of him wound and repel him? Energetic measures were, however, adopted to repel the attack.
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