Dismiss/dismissal在句中的意思

這兩句話的dismiss/dismissal跟我理解的不太一樣,不知道該怎麼解釋比較正確? 句一:Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney's DISMISSAL of almost half the U.S. electorate in a secretly recorded video has hurt his image 句二:Nearly six in ten, or 59 percent, in the poll said they felt Romney unfairly DISMISSED almost half of... 顯示更多 這兩句話的dismiss/dismissal跟我理解的不太一樣,不知道該怎麼解釋比較正確?

句一:Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney's DISMISSAL of almost half the U.S. electorate in a secretly recorded video has hurt his image


句二:Nearly six in ten, or 59 percent, in the poll said they felt Romney unfairly DISMISSED almost half of Americans as victims...

感覺起來像是「批評」,但我查字典並沒有這樣的意思

dis·miss (ds-ms)
tr.v. dis·missed, dis·miss·ing, dis·miss·es
1. To end the employment or service of; discharge.
2. To direct or allow to leave: dismissed troops after the inspection; dismissed the student after reprimanding him.
3.
a. To stop considering; rid one's mind of; dispel: dismissed all thoughts of running for office.
b. To refuse to accept or recognize; reject: dismissed the claim as highly improbable.
4. Law To put (a claim or action) out of court without further hearing.
5. Sports
a. To eject (a player or coach) for the remainder of a game.
b. To put out (a batter) in cricket.

不知道這兩處的dismiss如何翻譯比較好?真是太感謝大家了
更新: 知識+之前有人寫是「不理會」(如字典定義5),但好像也不太對 謝謝大家了
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