disoblige

英 [dɪsə'blaɪdʒ] 美
  • vt. 悖人意;对人不亲切;使生气
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disoblige (v.)
c. 1600, "to free from obligation;" 1630s, "to refuse to oblige," from French désobliger (c. 1300), from des- (see dis-) + Latin obligare (see oblige). Related: Disobliged; disobliging.
1. I'm sorry to disoblige you.
我很抱歉不能答应你的请求.

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2. We are sorry to disoblige you, but the rooms you desire are already reserved.
我们使您失望感到很抱歉, 您要的房间已经被订出去了.

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