DIRATIONARE

DIRATIONARE

dirationare (di-ray-shee-[schwa]-nair-ee), vb. [fr. Latin dis ¡°thoroughly¡± + ratiocinari ¡°to reason¡±] Hist.

1. To prove; to establish one’s right.

2. To disprove; to refute (an allegation).


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