Synonym: break up, dismiss, disperse, dissolve, scatter, separate, split. Similar words: husband, it is believed that, ban, band, urban, Cuban, banquet, banker. Meaning: [dɪs'bænd] v. 1. cause to break up or cease to function 2. stop functioning or cohering as a unit.
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1. The government tried to disband the illegal organization.
2. The official trades union council voted to disband itself and re-form as a confederation.
3. It was agreed to disband the working parties.
4. To disband every army everywhere; now that would be something to celebrate!
5. Even David Rice Atchison was forced to disband his army.
6. But moments later the Knesset voted not to disband itself.
7. Disband: This will disband the entire guild.
8. And then the bank shall disband upon approval of the People's Bank of China.
9. Company component, amalgamative, disband etc great and decision - making must approve via worker shareholder plenary meeting.
10. When she was made to disband the force, some of its aggrieved members turned against her.
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11. In July he issued a decree ordering all unofficial armed groups in the country to disband.
12. Judge Charles Schwartz is giving the state 60 days to disband and consolidate Louisiana's four higher education boards.
13. If they do not find resources, museums will have to disband, sell or hand over collections.
14. Their number now dwindling rapidly, the old soldiers have decided to disband their association this year.
15. Meanwhile, a republican splinter group torn apart by a savage feud over drugs money has agreed to disband.
16. "This is all we need to end this reign of terror, " Cilia said. "We can go straight to Minister Ciran Ern and tell him that the Annihilator is a hoax. He'll disband the Guardians.
17. He said the priorities are to bring Baghdad under control, disband illegal militias, bring death squad leaders to justice and proceed with the national reconciliation process.