Dispose

  • 41dispose — [[t]dɪspo͟ʊz[/t]] disposes, disposing, disposed Phrasal Verbs: dispose of …

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  • 42dispose of — get rid of. → dispose …

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  • 43dispose — verb 1》 (dispose of) get rid of.     ↘overcome (a rival or threat).     ↘informal consume (food or drink) quickly or enthusiastically. 2》 arrange in a particular position. 3》 incline (someone) towards a particular activity or mood. 4》 literary… …

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  • 44dispose — verb 1) he disposed the pictures in sequence Syn: arrange, place, put, position, array, set up, form; marshal, gather, group 2) the experience disposed him to be kind Syn: incline, e …

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  • 45dispose — v 1. arrange, order, array, assort, collocate; line, range, align, place; group, classify, class, categorize, rank; organize, systematize, coordinate, regulate, marshal, Inf. line up, set up. 2. incline, bend, move, lead, direct, induce, tempt;… …

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  • 46dispose — [dɪˈspəʊz] verb dispose of sth …

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  • 47dispose — dis•pose [[t]dɪˈspoʊz[/t]] v. posed, pos•ing, n. 1) to give a tendency or inclination to; incline: His temperament disposed him to argue readily with people[/ex] 2) to put in a particular or the proper order or arrangement; adjust by arranging… …

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  • 48dispose — v. 1 tr. (usu. foll. by to, or to + infin.) a make willing; incline (disposed him to the idea; was disposed to release them). b give a tendency to (the wheel was disposed to buckle). 2 tr. place suitably or in order (disposed the pictures in… …

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  • 49dispose — I. verb (disposed; disposing) Etymology: Middle English, from Anglo French desposer, from Latin disponere to arrange (perfect indicative disposui), from dis + ponere to put more at position Date: 14th century transitive verb 1. to give a tendency …

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  • 50dispose — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) v. t. arrange; regulate, ad just; incline. See authority, arrangement, tendency. II (Roget s IV) v. 1. [To put in place] Syn. arrange, array, settle, distribute; see deploy , order 3 , place 1 . 2. [To… …

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  • 51dispose of — I (Roget s IV) v. 1. [To eliminate] Syn. get rid of, relinquish, throw away, part with; see discard , sell 1 . 2. [To kill] Syn. murder, eliminate, slaughter, destroy; see kill 1 . II (Roget s Thesaurus II) verb 1. To put into correct or… …

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  • 52dispose — see POSITION …

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  • 53dispose — dis·pose || dɪ spəʊz v. control; arrange, put in order …

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  • 54dispose of — get rid of, settle, give away or sell …

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  • 55dispose of — 1. Sell, transfer, convey, alienate, part with, put out of one s possession, get rid of. 2. Determine the condition of, arrange for. 3. Remove, put away, get rid of. 4. Employ, use, put to use, do with …

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  • 56dispose — I. v. a. 1. Arrange, range, rank, group, marshal, set, place, place in order. 2. Adjust, regulate, settle, determine, set right. 3. Incline, lead, move, induce, bias, predispose. II. v. n. 1. Control, regulate, rule, settle, decide. 2. Bargain,… …

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  • 57dispose of — 1) the waste was disposed of Syn: throw away/out, get rid of, discard, jettison, scrap, junk; informal dump, ditch, chuck, trash, deep six 2) he had disposed of all his assets Syn: part with, g …

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  • 58dispose — dis·pose …

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  • 59dispose of — Syn: throw away/out, get rid of, discard, jettison, scrap; informal dump, junk, ditch, chuck (out/away); Brit.; informal get shot of; N.Amer.; informal trash …

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  • 60dispose —   Ho onohonoho, ho olilo …

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