Definitions for deposedɪˈpoʊz
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depose, force out(verb)
force to leave (an office)
swear, depose, depone(verb)
make a deposition; declare under oath
To put down; to lay down; to deposit; to lay aside; to put away.
To remove (a leader) from (high) office, without killing the incumbent.
A deposed monarch may go into exile as pretender to the lost throne, hoping to be restored on it in a next revolution
To give evidence or testimony, especially in response to interrogation during a deposition
To take, swear an oath.
To interrogate and elicit testimony during a deposition, typically by a lawyer.
After we deposed the claimant we had enough evidence to avoid a trial.
To testify; to bear witness; to claim; to assert; to affirm.
Origin: Recorded since c.1300, from deposer, from de- "down" + poser "to put, place". Deposition (1494 in the legal sense) belongs to deposit, but that related word and depose became totally confused
to lay down; to divest one's self of; to lay aside
to let fall; to deposit
to remove from a throne or other high station; to dethrone; to divest or deprive of office
to testify under oath; to bear testimony to; -- now usually said of bearing testimony which is officially written down for future use
to put under oath
to bear witness; to testify under oath; to make deposition
Translations for depose
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- детронирам, давам показания, давам клетва, депонирамBulgarian
- niederlegen, aussagen, deponieren, bezeugen, entthronen, verhören, unter, EidGerman
- suistaa vallastaFinnish
- aithríoghadh, fianaise a thabhairt, (Ceannaire) do briseadh amachIrish
- tanúsít, eltávolít, leteszHungarian
- neerleggen, afzetten, getuigenDutch
- depune, detronare, a depune mărturie, mărturisiRomanian
- низлага́ть, низложи́тьRussian
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