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negate, refute, prevent, block, reject [RY]

'gog pa - 1) cessation, annihilation, extinction, stopping, exhaustion, final extinction. 2) truth of cessation, third of the {'phags pa'i bden pa bzhi} four noble truths. stopping of suffering, to take away, to snatch, tear away, pull out. among the 16 aspects of the four truths: Def. by Jamgön Kongtrül: {sdug bsngal 'byung ba'i rgyu nyon mongs pa rnams dang bral ba'i mtshan nyid can} 3) {'gog pa, bkag pa, dgag pa, khog} trans. v.; to halt, cease, stop, block, hamper, hinder, impede, inhibit, prevent, repress; to block, obstruct, stop, hinder, limit; to hinder, 4) abbr. of {'i snyoms zug} 5) {'gog pa, bkog pa, dgog pa}; to be hampered [RY]

block, cessation, refute, negate, prevent [thd]

take away, extinction, cessation, cessation of involvement, suspension of attitudinal and functional operations, refutation, cessation of suffering, fill in, stuff, pick, pull out, pluck, resist, stop up, block up, stopping, extinguish, SA bar du bcod pa, 'gegs pa, take away forcibly, snatch, tear away, take off a cover, withhold, interrupt [JV]

1) block/ hinder/ refute; 2) take/ snatch/ tear away; 3) pull out/ eradicate/ make cease; 4) [absorption/ truth of] cessation; 5) annihilation/ extinction; 6) stopping; 6) disconnect.(7. cessation as 1 of the 16 kinds of impermanence of the four noble truths, the causes of suffering, kleshas, passion, aggression etc. and evil deeds abandoned do not arise; 8) mtshungs pa gsal byed kyi sgra zhig ste 'dra ba [IW]

to cease; cessation; to refute; refutation [RB]

to put an end to [RY]