تحرير من الوهمحرر من الوهم, خيب الأمل
تحرير من الوهم
- تحرير من الوهمخيبة الأملالخيبةخيبة الأملالصحوة
Noun(1) freeing from false belief or illusions
Verb(1) free from enchantment
(1) After two decades the decline is stark: opinion polls show profound disillusion with the nation's privatized services and a willingness to spend more tax money to reclaim the system.(2) The sight of people dimmed, and their voices choked with tears of disillusion , greed, envy and pride(3) It is the only continent we haven't yet wrecked, a pristine land left untouched by the frigid armies of disillusion , and a fit setting for playing out high - if harsh - ideals and aspirations.(4) Second, even if they do, because of the wall of cynicism and disillusion , they don't believe we will achieve them.(5) Is that wait of an extra couple of months going to disillusion people about this new democracy?(6) the old enthusiasm for the government evaporated into a more cynical disillusion(7) enthusiasm for the government evaporated into a more cynical disillusion(8) I would hate to disillusion our friends from that galaxy far, far away, but my impression is that none of those slogans mean anything more than they say, and that in any case, they do not say very much.(9) It is a proxy, not for globalisation, but for disillusion with the system.(10) if they think we have a magic formula to solve the problem, don't disillusion them(11) And as a result, in place of the kindled hopes and artificially aroused excitement comes disillusion and apathy.(12) Obviously measures have been taken to rectify the situation, but there is still an impression of disillusion , if not disenchantment.(13) The authorities must do what is necessary now to avoid the imminent chaos that is the likely derivative of a disillusioned faction of our society - disillusion aided by consistent disregard.(14) Better disillusion the poor idiot before he wraps himself up in grief and does something stupid.(15) Barely conceivable though this is, the deepening political disillusion may come to be a force to be reckoned with.(16) Glenn refused because he was afraid he might disillusion the boys who took him for a model.
3. disabuse ::
حرر من الوهم
4. enlighten ::
5. set straight ::
6. open someone's eyes ::
عيون شخص مفتوحة ل
7. disenchant ::
خلص من الوهم
9. disappoint ::
10. make sadder and wiser ::
جعل حزنا وحكمة
Different Formsdisillusion, disillusioned, disillusioning, disillusionment, disillusions
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