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1. The word Deter is rooted in fear

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2. It was borrowed into English around the mid-16th century from the Latin verb Deterrēre, which in turn was formed by combining de-, meaning "from" or "away," with terrēre, meaning "to frighten." Terrēre is also the source of terror, terrible, and even terrific, which originally meant "very bad" or "frightful."

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3. OTHER WORDS FROM Deter. de·ter·ment, noun de·ter·ra·ble, adjective de·ter·ra·bil·i·ty, noun de·ter·rer, noun

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4. To Deter someone from doing something means to prevent them from doing it or to persuade them not to do it

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5. During the war, a flood would not have Deterred me from going there on foot

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6. This did not Deter Ealing council from passing a motion commending the police for their 'courage and patience'.

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7. Their sturdy skeletons may also Deter predators or prevent damage from animals that might collide with them, Penick added, though none of this fully explains their ultra-robustness

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8. To Deter someone from doing something means to prevent them from doing it or to persuade them not to do it

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9. During the war, a flood would not have Deterred me from going there on foot

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10. This did not Deter Ealing council from passing a motion commending the police for their 'courage and patience'.

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13. Drivers with Excessive Tickets Excluded from Registration (Deter) The registrar of the Ohio Bureau of Motor Vehicles (BMV) has the authority to block a motor vehicle registration for failure to pay a single non-criminal disability parking violation judgment or three parking violations.

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14. / dɪˈtɝː / -rr- to prevent someone from doing something or to make someone less enthusiastic about doing something by making it difficult for that person to do it or by threatening bad results if they do it: These measures are designed to Deter an enemy attack

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15. Synonyms & Antonyms of Deter. to steer (a person) from an activity or course of action

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16. We tried to Deter him from his crazy scheme, but to no avail.

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17. Defense Technology Experimental Research (Deter) The Experimental Research Testbed Project focuses on providing cybersecurity researchers the ability to …

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19. Deter Name Meaning North German: from the personal name Detert, which is a reduced of Dethard, from an old personal name composed of Old Saxon thioda ‘people’, ‘race’ + hard ‘strong’

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20. Police Deter crime by increasing the perception that criminals will be caught and punished

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21. The police Deter crime when they do things that strengthen a criminal’s perception of the certainty of being caught

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22. Deter [sth] ⇒ vtr transitive verb: Verb taking a direct object--for example, "Say something." "She found the cat." (crime, act: discourage) (un crime) prévenir⇒ vtr verbe transitif: verbe qui s'utilise avec un complément d'objet direct (COD)

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23. To stop someone from doing something, by making them realize it will be difficult or have bad results → Deterrent The company’s financial difficulties have Deterred potential investors

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24. Deter somebody from (doing) something The security camera was installed to Deter people from stealing.

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25. Deter [sb] from doing [sth] v expr verbal expression: Phrase with special meaning functioning as verb--for example, "put their heads together," "come to an end." (discourage from doing) disuadir a alguien de hacer algo loc verb locución verbal : Unidad léxica estable formada de dos o más palabras que funciona como verbo ("sacar fuerzas de flaqueza", "acusar recibo").

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26. Deter (somebody) (from something/from doing something) to make somebody decide not to do something or continue doing something, especially by making them understand the difficulties and unpleasant results of their actions I told him I wasn't interested, but he wasn't Deterred

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27. The high price of the service could Deter people from seeking advice.

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28. ‘Informing on dealers can Deter crime and prevent untold human misery, according to the campaign.’ ‘The order is aimed at Deterring anti-social behaviour and preventing escalation of the behaviour, without recourse to criminal sanctions.’

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29. Examples of Deter in a sentence

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30. When they heard about all the recent break-ins around the neighborhood, they bought a huge dog that would be sure to Deter any uninvited visitors.

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31. What does Deter mean? To keep or discourage (a person, group, or nation) from doing something by instilling fear, anxiety, doubt, etc

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32. Excel Deter Coprophagia Treatment is a behavioral aid that discourages puppies and dogs from eating their own feces, a common and unhealthy habit often found in puppies and untrained dogs

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33. To Deter someone from doing something means to make them not want to do it or continue doing it

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34. Supporters of the death penalty argue that it would Deter criminals from carrying guns

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35. Synonyms: discourage, inhibit, put off, frighten More Synonyms of Deter More Synonyms of Deter

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36. Deter (first-person singular present indicative detenho, past participle detido) to stop, arrest, detain, restrain; to Deter; to withhold; Conjugation Conjugation of the Portuguese -er verb Deter

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37. Never Deter till tomorrow that which you can do today

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38. These measures are designed to Deter an enemy attack

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39. Her words of warning would hardly Deter him

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40. French Translation of “Deter” The official Collins English-French Dictionary online

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41. Another top choice is Shake-Away Organic Animal Repellent, which comes in various natural formulas targeted to whichever type of critter you're trying to Deter

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42. If you want the cider to also Deter insects, gently steep some tomato leaves therein along with other strong aromatics like cedar.: And where appropriate, consider nonchemical ways to Deter biting insects such as screens, netting, long-sleeves and slacks.: The eastern fence was in more difficult terrain and we added wire netting to Deter sheep.: One option may be to play classical music at the

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43. Deter is the kind of dentist we all hope to find

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44. Nouns for Deter include Determent, Determents, Deterrability, Deterrence, Deterrences, Deterrent, Deterrents, Deterrer and Deterrers

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45. Vera Deter Mass is tomorrow for longtime Livingston resident Vera Deter, (nee Curcione) age 90, of Livingston, NJ, passed away peacefully on Wednesday January 20, 2021

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46. Meaning; Deter: Cyber Defense Technology Experimental Research (project) Deter: Detection of Events for Threat Evaluation and Recognition

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47. ‘Informing on dealers can Deter crime and prevent untold human misery, according to the campaign.’ ‘The order is aimed at Deterring anti-social behaviour and preventing escalation of the behaviour, without recourse to criminal sanctions.’

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48. Vera Deter, (nee Curcione) age 90, of Livingston, NJ, passed away peacefully on Wednesday January 20, 2021

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49. Deter pronunciation: dih tuhr features: Word Combinations , Word Explorer

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50. Part of speech: transitive verb: inflections: Deters, Deterring, Deterred: definition 1: to stop or discourage from some action by arousing doubt or fear

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51. No arguments or pleas could Deter him from taking on this dangerous task.

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52. Instead, Israel can Deter Iran from producing a nuclear weapon to begin with

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53. Definition of Deter written for English Language Learners from the Merriam-Webster Learner's Dictionary with audio pronunciations, usage examples, and count/noncount noun labels.

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54. Deterrence in relation to criminal offending is the idea or theory that the threat of punishment will Deter people from committing crime and reduce the probability and/or level of offending in society.It is one of five objectives that punishment is thought to achieve; the other four objectives are denunciation, incapacitation (for the protection of society), retribution and rehabilitation.

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55. Sanctions may not Deter Russia from its alleged election meddling and cyber hacking in the short term but will signal Washington's renewed willingness to hold the

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56. The broad consensus is that our system should be better structured to Deter crimes without giving up on everyone who commits them, and should better balance resources to hold violent criminals fully accountable without imposing unnecessarily harsh sentences on nonviolent offenders

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57. Deter-X This page contains information on Deter-X for veterinary use

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58. The information provided typically includes the following: Deter-X Indications; Warnings and cautions for Deter-X

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DETER [dəˈtər]

VERB
deter (verb) · deters (third person present) · deterred (past tense) · deterred (past participle) · deterring (present participle)

  • discourage (someone) from doing something by instilling doubt or fear of the consequences.
  • prevent the occurrence of.
Synonyms: put off . discourage . dissuade . scare off . warn . caution . dishearten . demoralize . daunt . frighten . unnerve . intimidate . encourage . prevent . stop . avert . fend off . stave off . ward off . head off . shut out . block . intercept . halt . arrest . check . stay . keep . hinder . impede . hamper . obstruct . balk . foil . thwart . obviate . frustrate . forestall . counteract . inhibit . hold back . curb . restrain . preclude . preempt . save . help . let . encourage .