verb (used with object), deposed, deposing.
to remove from office or position, especially high office:
The people deposed the dictator.
to testify or affirm under oath, especially in a written statement:
to depose that it was true.
Law. to take the deposition of; examine under oath:
Two lawyers deposed the witness.
verb (used without object), deposed, deposing.
to give sworn testimony, especially in writing.
(transitive) to remove from an office or position, esp one of power or rank
(law) to testify or give (evidence, etc) on oath, esp when taken down in writing; make a deposition
verb (used with object) 1. to place for safekeeping or in trust, especially in a bank account: He deposited his paycheck every Friday. 2. to give as security or in part payment. 3. to deliver and leave (an item): Please deposit your returned books with the librarian. 4. to insert (a coin) in a coin-operated […]
adjective 1. corrupt, wicked, or perverted. verb (used with object), depraved, depraving. 1. to make morally bad or evil; vitiate; corrupt. 2. Obsolete. to defame. adjective 1. morally bad or debased; corrupt; perverted verb (transitive) 1. to make morally bad; corrupt; vitiate 2. (obsolete) to defame; slander
verb (used with object), deprecated, deprecating. 1. to express earnest disapproval of. 2. to urge reasons against; protest against (a scheme, purpose, etc.). 3. to depreciate; belittle. 4. Archaic. to pray for deliverance from. verb (transitive) 1. to express disapproval of; protest against 2. to depreciate (a person, someone’s character, etc); belittle 3. (archaic) to […]
adjective 1. serving to deprecate; deprecatory.