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    Default To refuse/to deny?

    Can a teacher possibly tell me when Or in which situatins these verbs are interchangable?(I am learning English,could you elaborate your explanations,thanks a lot.).


    To deny.
    To refuse.

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    Default Re: To refuse/to deny?

    I can't think of a situation in which they could be interchangeable. They mean different things.
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