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Spanish translation of “dispose”

dispose

verb /diˈspəuz/
(formal) to make inclined
disponer
I am not disposed to help him.
(formal) to arrange or settle.
colocar
disposable adjective intended to be thrown away or destroyed after use
desechable
disposable cups/plates.
disposal noun the act of getting rid of something
desecho
the disposal of nuclear waste.
at one’s disposal available for one’s use
a la disposición de uno
They put a car at his disposal during his stay.
dispose of phrasal verb to get rid of
tirar, deshacerse de
What is the best way to dispose of used cooking oil?
(Definition of dispose from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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