- v.不赞成( disapprove的过去式和过去分词 );
The Prime Minister made it clear that he disapproved.
60 percent of the respondents said they disapproved of the president's performance.
Her mother disapproved of her working in a pub.
They disapproved of my dragging in his wealth.
My parents disapproved of my marriage.
She disapproved of her son's indiscriminate television viewing.
They were conscious that he disapproved.
She replied that she disapproved.
His request for reinstatement was disapproved.
At the time, Arnold had disapproved of such levity.
Until recently scientists would have disapproved of such an idea.
He disapproved heartily of Rhett Butler and poor Pitty knew it.
He shook his head in disapproval, ie to show that he disapproved.
The court disapproved the verdict.
We disapproved of him from the very beginning.
1. not approved;
"the disapproved tax proposal"