disestablish definition

  • verb-transitive:
    • To alter the status of (some thing set up by expert or basic acceptance).
    • To deprive (a church) of official government support.
    • To unsettle; to-break up (something established); to deprive, as a church, of the reference to the state.
    • To alter the standing of (one thing founded by expert or basic acceptance).
    • To deprive (a church) of official governmental assistance.
    • To unsettle; to-break up (anything founded); to rob, as a church, of the reference to their state.
  • verb:
    • To rob (an existing church) of the formal standing.
    • deprive (a recognised chapel) of their status
    • To deprive (a proven chapel) of its formal condition.
    • deprive (an established chapel) of the status
  • others:
    • To rob regarding the personality to be founded; trigger to cease to-be founded; specifically, to withdraw from exclusive condition recognition or privileges, as a church.
    • To unsettle; set-aside; pull from founded use.
    • To deprive of this personality to be established; cause to cease becoming founded; particularly, to withdraw from unique state recognition or privileges, as a church.
    • To unsettle; set-aside; remove from founded use.

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