disapproves, 3rd person singular present; disapproved, past participle; disapproved, past tense; disapproving, present participle;
Have or express an unfavorable opinion about something
Bob strongly disapproved of drinking and driving
Officially refuse to agree to
a company may take power to disapprove the transfer of shares
consider bad or wrong
deem wrong or inappropriate; "I disapprove of her child rearing methods"
(disapproval) a feeling of disliking something or what someone is doing
(disapproval) disfavor: an inclination to withhold approval from some person or group
(disapproving) expressing or manifesting disapproval
Disapproval voting is any voting system that allows many voters to express formal disapproval simultaneously, in a system where they all share some power. Unlike most voting systems, it requires that only negative measures or choices be presented to the voter or representative. ...
To condemn; consider wrong or inappropriate; To refuse to approve; reject; To have or express an unfavorable opinion
(Disapproved) document has been disapproved by reviewer; routing stops
(Disapproved) An IRB action taken when the determinations required for approval of research cannot be made, even with substantive clarifications or modifications to the protocol and/or informed consent process/document. Note: Research cannot be disapproved by expedited review.
When a protocol does not meet IRB requirements for approval and no changes and/or modifications can be implemented to improve risk to subjects.