destituir


destituir
v.
1 to dismiss.
2 to remove from office, to discharge, to knock down.
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destituir
Conjugation model [HUIR], like {{link=huir}}huir
verbo transitivo
1 to dismiss, remove from office
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verb
to dismiss
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VT
1) (=despedir) [+ empleado] to dismiss (de from)
[+ ministro, funcionario] to remove from office

ha sido destituido de su cargo — he has been removed from his post

lo destituyeron por conducta inmoral — he was dismissed for immoral conduct

2) (=privar)

destituir a algn de algo — to deprive sb of sth

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verbo transitivo (frml) (despedir) to dismiss

fue destituido de su cargo — he was removed o dismissed from office

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= remove, cashier, put out to + pasture, put out to + grass.
Ex. Folders allow a set of papers to be kept together when a set on a given topic is removed from the file.
Ex. His case was referred to the next session, and in the following May he was cashiered.
Ex. Let the free market decide whether it wants to support Prince's way of doing business or it wants to put him out to pasture.
Ex. The article 'Should the computer be put out to grass?' argues that successful transfer of information relies more on quality than quantity.
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verbo transitivo (frml) (despedir) to dismiss

fue destituido de su cargo — he was removed o dismissed from office

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= remove, cashier, put out to + pasture, put out to + grass.

Ex: Folders allow a set of papers to be kept together when a set on a given topic is removed from the file.

Ex: His case was referred to the next session, and in the following May he was cashiered.
Ex: Let the free market decide whether it wants to support Prince's way of doing business or it wants to put him out to pasture.
Ex: The article 'Should the computer be put out to grass?' argues that successful transfer of information relies more on quality than quantity.

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destituir [I20 ]
vt
(frml)
1 (despedir) to dismiss
fue destituido de su cargo he was removed o dismissed from office, he was dismissed from his post
2 (privar) destituir a algn DE algo to divest sb OF sth (frml)
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destituir (conjugate destituir) verbo transitivo (frml) (despedir) to dismiss
destituir verbo transitivo to dismiss o remove from office
'destituir' also found in these entries:
Spanish:
relevar
- remover
English:
dismiss
- remove
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destituir vt
[alto ejecutivo, entrenador] to dismiss; [cargo público] to remove from office;
lo destituyeron del puesto de tesorero he was dismissed from his post as treasurer;
fue destituido de su cargo (de o [m5]como ministro) he was relieved of his post (as minister), he was removed from office
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destituir
v/t dismiss;
destituir del cargo remove from one’s post
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destituir {41} vt
: to dismiss, to remove from office

Spanish-English dictionary. 2013.

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