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disposal 中文解釋 wordnet sense Collocation Usage
Noun
/disˈpōzəl/,
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disposals, plural;
  1. The action or process of throwing away or getting rid of something
    • - the disposal of radioactive waste
  2. An electrically operated device fitted to the waste pipe of a kitchen sink for grinding up food waste
    • - garbage disposals that never worked
  3. The sale of shares, property, or other assets
    • - the disposal of his shares in the company
  4. The arrangement or positioning of something
    • - she brushed her hair carefully, as if her success lay in the sleek disposal of each gleaming black thread

  1. the power to use something or someone; "used all the resources at his disposal"
  2. administration: a method of tending to or managing the affairs of a some group of people (especially the group's business affairs)
  3. the act or means of getting rid of something
  4. a kitchen appliance for disposing of garbage
  5. (dispose) give, sell, or transfer to another; "She disposed of her parents' possessions"
  6. (dispose) discard: throw or cast away; "Put away your worries"
  7. A disposal occurs in Australian rules football when a player either kicks (including from the ground) or handballs the football. A disposal is not counted if a player fumbles or illegally disposes the ball. A correct handball is when the football is punched with a clenched fist.
  8. (Dispose) In computer programming, the dispose pattern is a design pattern which is used to handle resource cleanup in runtime environments that use automatic garbage collection. ...
  9. (dispose) To eliminate or to get rid of something; To distribute and put in place; To deal out; to assign to a use; To incline
  10. (Disposals) should be run just until the food has been ground up-which is usually less than 30 seconds.
  11. (Dispose) To store in an orderly manner. In relation to notarial journal, to store for ten years.
  12. (dispose) the act of terminating a judicial proceeding
  13. (Dispose) Landfilling or incinerating waste that cannot be eliminated, reused, or recycled. The lowest priority in the Waste Hierarchy.
  14. (Dispose) to get rid of waste; throw away.
  15. (dispose) (v) öçlеndirigе, qururģa
  16. (dispose) v. place(sb/sth) in a suitable way; arrange
  17. Dispose in relation to waste means the final (or more than short term) deposit of waste into or onto land set apart for that purpose and includes incinerating the waste by deliberately burning the waste to destroy it, but not to recover energy from it.
  18. To dispose of a work is to remove it from the collection, usually after deaccession. Disposition usually describes the state of ownership or current status of a work accessioned into the collection or a work in the custody of a collection. ...
  19. (Disposing) When the engine has completed its day's work, it is returned to the shed, where the firebox and smokebox are then cleared out. The water tanks and coal bunkers are filled. All of this hard work is covered by the phrase "Disposing the engine".
  20. (Disposing) LSR – removes all labels form the packet. Done by the egress LSR.
  21. Final placement or destruction of toxic, radioactive, or other wastes; surplus or banned pesticides or other chemicals; polluted soils; and drums containing hazardous materials from removal actions or accidental releases. ...
  22. the final handling of solid waste, following collection, processing, or incineration. Disposal most often means placement of wastes in a dump or a landfill.
  23. Typically refers to the sale of units/shares by the investor
  24. The discharge, deposit, injection, dumping, spilling, leaking, or placing of any solid waste or hazardous waste into the environment (land, surface water, ground water, and air).
  25. Any action that changes the circumstances of a record or removes a record from its usual setting. Disposal can include destruction, damage, alteration or transfer of custody or ownership of records. ...