Examples of disapprove in a Sentence
She married him even though her parents disapproved.
The treaty was disapproved by the Senate.
Recent Examples of disapprove from the Web
Democrats are just as emphatic, in the opposite direction: 84 percent disapprove, including 75 percent who disapprove strongly.
His overall approving rating rose 2 points to 41 percent from the first quarter survey, but the percentage of Americans who disapprove dropped 10 points to 47 percent, the lowest recorded by CNBC during his presidency.
Thirty-four percent of Garden State residents approve of the president’s job performance, compared to 61 percent who disapprove, according to an April Monmouth University poll.
That was 20 points more than those who disapproved of his performance.
Among those who approve of the job Trump is doing as President, 40% view him favorably and 34% unfavorably; those who disapprove of the President rate him at 9% favorable and 70% unfavorable.
Princess Madeleine was caught giving disapproving looks and comments to her daughter.
The poll also found American voters generally disapprove of Mr. Trump's handling of race relations, 61 percent to 33 percent.
When Jochum asked for a raise, her disapproving club owner traded her to Peoria.
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turn one's back on;
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Definition of disapprove for English Language Learners
: to believe that someone or something is bad or wrong : to not approve of someone or something
: to officially refuse to approve or accept (something)
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