Disemploy Dis`em*ploy", v. t. To throw out of employment. [Obs.] --Jer. Taylor. [1913 Webster]

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  • disemploy — disemployment, n. /dis em ploy /, v.t. to put out of work; cause to become unemployed. [1610 20; DIS + EMPLOY] * * * …   Universalium

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  • disemploy — v. fire an employee …   English contemporary dictionary

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  • disemploy ment — index dismissal (discharge), layoff, removal Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …   Law dictionary

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  • depose — de·pose /di pōz/ vb de·posed, de·pos·ing vt 1: to testify to under oath or by sworn affidavit 2: to take testimony from esp. by deposition plaintiffs...were entitled to depose experts retained by the defendants National Law Journal compare …   Law dictionary

  • discharge — dis·charge 1 /dis chärj, dis ˌchärj/ vt 1: to release from an obligation: as a: to relieve of a duty under an instrument (as a contract or a negotiable instrument); also: to render (an instrument) no longer enforceable a formal instrument...may… …   Law dictionary

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