disbench definition

  • verb:
    • To drive from a bench or seat.
    • To deprive (a bencher) of his privileges.
    • to push from a bench or chair.
    • To rob (a bencher) of his privileges.
    • to operate a vehicle from a bench or chair.
    • To rob (a bencher) of their benefits.
  • verb-transitive:
    • to push from a bench or chair.
    • To deprive (a bencher) of their privileges.
    • to-drive from a bench or chair.
    • To deprive (a bencher) of their benefits.
    • To drive from a bench or seat.
    • To rob (a bencher) of his privileges.
  • others:
    • to-drive from, or cause to go out of, a bench or chair.
    • In English law, to deprive for the condition and privileges of a bencher.
    • To drive from, or cause to leave, a bench or chair.
    • In English law, to deprive for the condition and benefits of a bencher.
    • To drive from, or cause to leave, a bench or seat.
    • In English legislation, to rob regarding the standing and benefits of a bencher.

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