depose definition

  • verb-transitive:
    • to eliminate from company or energy.
    • To dethrone.
    • Law to mention or affirm in a deposition or by affidavit.
    • Law To just take a deposition from: Investigators will depose the witness in today's world.
    • To put or set down; deposit.
    • To lay out; to divest an individual's self of; to lay aside.
    • To let autumn; to deposit.
    • To remove from a throne or other large station; to dethrone; to divest or deprive of office.
    • To testify under oath; to keep testimony to; -- today typically stated of bearing testimony which can be officially on paper for future use.
    • To put under oath.
    • to eliminate from office or power.
    • To dethrone.
    • Law to convey or affirm in a deposition or by affidavit.
    • Law To simply take a deposition from: detectives will depose the experience in today's world.
    • To put or lay-down; deposit.
    • To lay out; to divest one's self of; to lay apart.
    • To let fall; to deposit.
    • to eliminate from a throne or other large section; to dethrone; to divest or rob of company.
    • To testify under oath; to keep testimony to; -- now frequently stated of bearing testimony that will be officially on paper for future usage.
    • to place under oath.
  • verb-intransitive:
    • Law to provide a deposition; testify.
    • To keep witness; to testify under oath; to create deposition.
    • Law to provide a deposition; testify.
    • To keep witness; to testify under oath; to help make deposition.
  • verb:
    • (transitive) to place down; to lay down; to deposit; to lay aside; to put away.
    • to eliminate (a leader) from (high) office, without killing the incumbent.
    • (intransitive) to provide evidence or testimony, especially in response to interrogation during a deposition
    • To simply take, swear an oath.
    • (transitive) To interrogate and generate testimony during a deposition, typically by an attorney.
    • To testify; to keep experience; to claim; to say; to affirm.
    • force to go out of (an office)
    • make a deposition; declare under oath
    • (transitive) To put down; to lay-down; to deposit; to put apart; to put away.
    • to eliminate (a leader) from (large) workplace, without killing the incumbent.
    • (intransitive) to offer evidence or testimony, particularly in reaction to interrogation during a deposition
    • To simply take, swear an oath.
    • (transitive) To interrogate and generate testimony during a deposition, usually by a lawyer.
    • To testify; to bear experience; to claim; to assert; to affirm.
    • power to go out of (an office)
    • make a deposition; declare under oath
  • others:
    • To set down; let autumn; deposit.
    • To set apart.
    • to eliminate; eject; evict.
    • to eliminate from company, especially from royalty, or from high exec, ecclesiastical, or judicial workplace; dethrone; divest of company: since, to depose a king or a bishop.
    • To take away; strip off (from 1); divest (certainly one of).
    • To testify to; attest.
    • to look at on oath; take the deposition of.
    • To bear witness.
    • Specifically to offer testimony on oath; particularly, to offer testimony that is embodied in writing in a deposition or an affidavit; give responses to interrogatories intended as proof in a court: as, he deposed into following details; the experience deposes and states that, etc.
    • To lay out; allow autumn; deposit.
    • To put apart.
    • to get rid of; eject; evict.
    • to get rid of from workplace, especially from royalty, or from high professional, ecclesiastical, or judicial company; dethrone; divest of workplace: since, to depose a king or a bishop.
    • To take away; strip off (from 1); divest (certainly one of).
    • To testify to; attest.
    • to look at on oath; take the deposition of.
    • To bear witness.
    • Specifically to offer testimony on oath; especially, to provide testimony that is embodied on paper in a deposition or an affidavit; give answers to interrogatories intended as evidence in a court: as, he deposed towards next realities; the experience deposes and states that, etc.

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