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Spanish translation of “divest”

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divest

verb /diˈvest, daiˈvest/
(formal) to take off something that you are wearing
Quitarse
She divested herself of her coat.
(formal) to get rid of somethng, for example by selling it or by giving it away
Desapropiarse de
The company is divesting itself of assets to concentrate on its core newspaper business.
(formal) to take something away from someone or something
Destituir
He was divested of his rank and thrown into prison.
Translations of “divest”
in Chinese (Traditional) 賣掉,出售(企業或其中一部分)…
in Chinese (Simplified) 卖掉,出售(企业或其中一部分)…
(Definition of divest from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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