1 force to leave (an office) [syn: force out]
- Rhymes: -əʊz
- To remove (a monarch or political leader) from power, particularly without violence.
- To give evidence or
in response to interrogation during a deposition.
- After we deposed the claimant we had enough evidence to avoid a trial.
- The act of interrogating and eliciting testimony during a deposition, typically by a lawyer.
- To lay something down.
to remove (a monarch or political leader) from power
- Finnish: suistaa vallasta
- German: entheben, entthronen
- Hungarian: eltávolít, letesz
to give evidence or testimony
- German: unter Eid aussagen, bezeugen
- Hungarian: tanúsít
the act of interrogating and eliciting testimony
- German: verhören
to lay something down.
- German: niederlegen, deponieren
- ttbc Arabic: (ʕázala), (xálaʕa), (’aqāla) (1); (šáhida ’amāma maħkáma) (2)
- ttbc Dutch: afzetten (1), onttronen (1), uit het ambt ontzetten, eed afleggen (2)
- ttbc Estonian: (1) võimult kõrvaldama, (2) (kirjalikult) tunnistama
- ttbc French: déposer (1)
- ttbc Hebrew: להדיח (lehadyakh) (1)
- ttbc Italian: deporre (1, 2)
Deposition or Depose may refer to: this gives you no awnsers
- Deposition (law), taking testimony outside of court
- Deposition (chemistry), molecules settling out of a solution
- Deposition (sediment), material (like sediment) being added to a landform
- Deposition (physics), the process of gas transformation into solid
- Deposition (politics), the removal of a person of authority from political power
- Deposition (Aerosol physics), a process where aerosol particles set down onto surfaces
- Deposition (university), a widespread initiation ritual for new students practiced from the Middle Ages until the 18th century
- Deposition from the Cross, in art, the depiction of the removal of Jesus from the cross
The Deposition could refer to :
acknowledge, affirm, allege, and candle, assert under oath, asseverate, assure, attest, aver, avouch, avow, bank, bear witness, book, boot, bounce, break, buck off, bump, bust, can, cashier, certify, chuck, declare, deconsecrate, defrock, degrade, demote, deplume, depone, deposit, deprive, deracinate, dethrone, disbar, discharge, disclose, discrown, disemploy, disenthrone, dislodge, dismiss, dismount, displace, displume, drum out, eject, excommunicate, expel, fire, furlough, give evidence, give the ax, give the gate, guarantee, kick, kick upstairs, kiss the book, lay off, let go, let out, liquidate, make redundant, mount, oust, overthrow, pension, pension off, predicate, profess, protest, purge, put by, read out of, release, remove, remove from office, replace, retire, root out, root up, sack, separate forcibly, store, stow, strip, strip of office, strip of rank, subvert, superannuate, surplus, suspend, swear, swear by bell, swear the truth, swear to, swear to God, swear to goodness, testify, throw off, throw out, turn off, turn out, unchurch, uncrown, unfrock, unhorse, unmake, unplace, unsaddle, unseat, unthrone, uproot, upset, vouch, vow, warrant, witness