Refuse is present tense.I refuseWe refuseYou refuseHe/she refusesThey refuse
As far as I know it is against the Law to do so, so I refuse to devulge this information. Sorry.
I refuse to love you. Refuse the bad idea!
I have the right to refuse to serve you.I refuse to follow your advise.The refuse was thrown into the landfill.
Do you have lots of paper or other debris/refuse on the dashboard?
Refuse can be a noun OR a verb. Refuse is a verb when you use it as an action. This kind of refuse is defined as "to indicate or show that one is not willing to do something." Example: I refuse to go to that movie. Refuse is a noun when you refer to a pile of trash (synonym for refuse).
If you are on probation or parole or have a job that requires you to do so , no you can not refuse. any situation other than that refuse you can refuse.
"The supervisor wondered if the sanitation engineer would refuse to pick up the refuse."
You should not refuse to do something that your parents tell you to do
The word 'refuse' is a verb, a noun, and an adjective.Examples:I refuse to compromise. (verb)I throw away my refuse. (noun)I toss my trash in a refuse bin. (adjective)
He refuse to be the king.
Refuse is already a verb. For example "to refuse something or someone" is an action and therefore a verb.
type of refuse
refuse his invitation
Refuse (as a noun) is rubbish or waste. The official definition of refuse is "indicate or show that one is not willing to do something."
pomace -- the refuse from grapes, skins, etc...
The inedible parts are known as food refuse.
I refuse to eat my meal today.
The past tense of refuse is refused.
That depends, who is Jane, and who did she refuse to marry?
Yes you can refuse a medal.
Accept, agree are some antonyms of refuse
refuse like to re - fuse it again