dispose of

dispose of
Synonyms and related words:
KO, abandon, abjure, abstract, accomplish, achieve, annihilate, answer, answer conclusively, argue down, attain, bereave of life, call off, cancel, carry away, carry off, cast, cast aside, cast away, cast off, cast out, cede, chloroform, chuck, clear, clear away, clear out, clear the decks, compass, complete, conduct, confound, confute, consume, consummate, contradict, controvert, cope with, crush, cut down, cut off, cut out, cut short, deal with, deep-six, defeat, delete, demolish, deny, deport, deprive of life, destroy, devour, discard, discharge, disgorge, dismiss, dispatch, dispense with, dispose of, ditch, do, do away with, do for, do the job, do the trick, do to death, do without, down, drop, drop the curtain, dump, eat up, effect, effectuate, eighty-six, eject, elide, eliminate, enact, end, end off, eradicate, execute, exile, expatriate, expel, expunge, exterminate, extinguish, fetch, finalize, finish, finish off, floor, fold up, forgo, forswear, fulfill, get along without, get away with, get down, get it over, get over with, get quit of, get rid of, get shut of, get through with, give away, give the quietus, give up, handle, have done with, immolate, ingest, jettison, jilt, kayo, kibosh, kill, kiss good-bye, knock off, knock out, launch into eternity, liquidate, lynch, make, make a sacrifice, make away with, manage, martyr, martyrize, nip, nonplus, outlaw, overthrow, overturn, overwhelm, parry, part with, perfect, perform, pick out, poison, polish off, produce, purge, put away, put down, put paid to, put to death, put to silence, put to sleep, quitclaim, realize, rebut, recant, reduce to silence, refute, reject, relinquish, remove, remove from life, render up, renounce, resign, retract, root out, root up, sacrifice, scrag, settle, shoot down, shut up, silence, slaughter, slay, slough, smash all opposition, spare, squash, squelch, starve, strike off, strike out, subvert, succeed, surrender, surround, swallow, swear off, take care of, take down, take in, take life, take off, throw away, throw out, throw over, throw overboard, throw up, to, toss overboard, transact, tuck in, turn the trick, undermine, upset, vacate, waive, weed out, wipe out, work, work out, yield, zap

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  • disposé — disposé, ée [ dispoze ] adj. • 1370 bien, mal disposé « en bonne, mauvaise santé »; de disposer 1 ♦ Arrangé, placé. Fleurs disposées avec goût. Objets disposés symétriquement. 2 ♦ Être disposé à : être préparé à, avoir l intention de. ⇒ 1. prêt… …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • Dispose — Dis*pose , v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Disposed}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Disposing}.] [F. disposer; pref. dis + poser to place. See {Pose}.] 1. To distribute and put in place; to arrange; to set in order; as, to dispose the ships in the form of a crescent.… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • disposé — disposé, ée (di spô zé, zée) part. passé. 1°   Arrangé. Les feuilles disposées autour de la tige. Toutes choses disposées en un ordre admirable. 2°   Préparé pour, en parlant des choses. Une salle disposée pour un bal.    Absolument. •   Jamais… …   Dictionnaire de la Langue Française d'Émile Littré

  • dispose — dis‧pose [dɪˈspəʊz ǁ ˈspoʊz] verb dispose of something phrasal verb [transitive] 1. to get rid of something that is no longer needed or wanted: • We charge customers as little as DM50 to dispose of an old computer terminal. 2. COMMERCE …   Financial and business terms

  • Dispose — Dis*pose , n. 1. Disposal; ordering; management; power or right of control. [Obs.] [1913 Webster] But such is the dispose of the sole Disposer of empires. Speed. [1913 Webster] 2. Cast of mind; disposition; inclination; behavior; demeanor. [Obs.] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • dispose of — dis·pose of vt dis·posed of, dis·pos·ing of 1: to transfer to the control or ownership of another disposed of the property by will 2: to deal with conclusively: determine finally received petitions for injunctions...The common theme in disposing… …   Law dictionary

  • dispose of — (something) to end a problem. We need to dispose of the threat from diseases that can be easily controlled by vaccination …   New idioms dictionary

  • dispose of — [v1] throw away adios*, bestow, chuck*, deep six*, destroy, discard, dump, eighty six*, eliminate, file in circular file*, get rid of, give, jettison, junk*, kiss*, kiss off*, make over, part with, relinquish, scrap, sell, transfer, unload;… …   New thesaurus

  • dispose — ► VERB 1) (dispose of) get rid of. 2) arrange in a particular position. 3) give, sell, or transfer (money or assets). 4) incline (someone) towards a particular activity or frame of mind. DERIVATIVES disposer noun …   English terms dictionary

  • dispose — [di spōz′] vt. disposed, disposing [ME disposen < OFr disposer, to put apart, hence arrange < perf. stem of L disponere, to arrange: see DIS & POSITION] 1. to place in a certain order or arrangement 2. to arrange (matters); settle or… …   English World dictionary

  • Dispose — Dis*pose , v. i. To bargain; to make terms. [Obs.] [1913 Webster] She had disposed with C[ae]sar. Shak. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

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