- (UK) IPA: /ˌdɪs.pəˈzɪ.ʃən/, X-SAMPA: /%dIs.p@"zI.S@n/
- (US) IPA: /ˌdɪs.pəˈzɪ.ʃɪn/, X-SAMPA: /%dIs.p@"zI.SIn/
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disposition (plural dispositions)
- The arrangement or placement of certain things
- The scouts reported on the disposition of the enemy troops.
- Tendency or inclination under given circumstances
- I have little disposition now to do as you say.
- Salt has a disposition to dissolve in water.
- Temperamental makeup or habitual mood
- She has a sunny disposition.
- He has such a foul disposition.
- Control over something
- You will have full disposition of these funds.
- (law) Transfer or relinquishment to the care or possession of another
- The court ordered the disposition of all assets.
- (law) Final decision or settlement
- The disposition of the case will be announced tomorrow.
- (medicine) The destination of a patient after medical treatment such as surgery
- The patient was given a disposition for outpatient care.
- (music) The set of choirs of strings on a harpsichord
- This small harpsichord has a 1 x 4' disposition.
- ambulatory disposition
- disposition hearing
- testamentary disposition
tendency or inclination
The arrangement or placement of certain things
Temperamental makeup or habitual mood
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- To remove or place in a different position.
disposition f (plural dispositions)
- arrangement, layout
- disposal, the abililty or authority to use something
- step, arrangement, measure
- disposition, tendency