dismissal definition

  • noun:
    • The work of dismissing.
    • the health of becoming dismissed.
    • An order or notice of discharge.
    • The act of sending somebody away.
    • Deprivation of company; the actual fact or means of being fired from employment or stripped of ranking.
    • A written or spoken declaration of such an act.
    • Release from confinement; liberation.
    • reduction from consideration; putting anything regarding one's mind, mentally disregarding some thing or somebody.
    • The getting rejected of a legal proceeding, or a claim or cost made therein.
    • the function of a batsman getting out; a wicket.
    • Dismission; discharge.
    • The act of dismissing, or perhaps the condition or fact to be dismissed.
    • Discharge; displacement from work or workplace.
    • The act of discarding, or the state of being discarded.
    • Liberation; manumission.
    • the cancellation of someone's employment (making them able to depart)
    • permission to go; the delivering away of someone
    • official notice that you have been fired from your own work
    • a judgment disposing of the matter without an endeavor
    • The act of dismissing.
    • The work of dismissing.
    • the healthiness of becoming dismissed.
    • The condition of becoming dismissed.
    • An order or notice of discharge.
    • An order or notice of release.
    • The act of giving some one away.
    • The act of sending somebody away.
    • Deprivation of company; the actual fact or procedure for becoming fired from work or removed of ranking.
    • Deprivation of office; the actual fact or procedure of becoming fired from employment or stripped of position.
    • A written or spoken statement of such an act.
    • A written or spoken statement of such an act.
    • launch from confinement; liberation.
    • launch from confinement; liberation.
    • reduction from consideration; putting one thing off a person's brain, psychologically disregarding anything or some one.
    • The getting rejected of a legal proceeding, or a claim or fee made therein.
    • the big event of a batsman getting out; a wicket.
    • Dismission; release.
    • The act of dismissing, or the condition or reality of being dismissed.
    • Discharge; displacement from work or workplace.
    • The act of discarding, or perhaps the condition to be discarded.
    • Liberation; manumission.
    • the cancellation of someone's employment (leaving them able to leave)
    • authorization going; the sending away of somebody
    • formal observe that you have been fired from your own task
    • a judgment losing the problem without an effort
    • Removal from consideration; placing some thing out-of an individual's head, psychologically disregarding one thing or someone.
    • The rejection of a legal proceeding, or a claim or charge made therein.
    • the function of a batsman escaping .; a wicket.
    • Dismission; release.
    • The work of dismissing, or the condition or fact to be dismissed.
    • Discharge; displacement from employment or office.
    • The work of discarding, and/or state to be discarded.
    • Liberation; manumission.
    • the termination of somebody's work (making all of them absolve to depart)
    • permission going; the delivering away of someone
    • official notice that you've been fired from your own work
    • a judgment getting rid of the matter without an endeavor

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