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dis·band

 (dĭs-bănd′)
v. dis·band·ed, dis·band·ing, dis·bands
v.tr.
To dissolve the organization of (a corporation, for example).
v.intr.
1. To cease to function as an organization; break up.
2. To separate and move in different directions; disperse.

[Obsolete French desbander, to separate someone from a troop : des-, dis- + Old French band, troop; see band2.]

dis·band′ment n.

disband

(dɪsˈbænd)
vb
to cease to function or cause to stop functioning, as a unit, group, etc
disˈbandment n

dis•band

(dɪsˈbænd)

v.t.
1. to break up (an organization).
v.i.
2. to disperse.
[1585–95; < Middle French desbander]
dis•band′ment, n.

disband


Past participle: disbanded
Gerund: disbanding

Imperative
disband
disband
Present
I disband
you disband
he/she/it disbands
we disband
you disband
they disband
Preterite
I disbanded
you disbanded
he/she/it disbanded
we disbanded
you disbanded
they disbanded
Present Continuous
I am disbanding
you are disbanding
he/she/it is disbanding
we are disbanding
you are disbanding
they are disbanding
Present Perfect
I have disbanded
you have disbanded
he/she/it has disbanded
we have disbanded
you have disbanded
they have disbanded
Past Continuous
I was disbanding
you were disbanding
he/she/it was disbanding
we were disbanding
you were disbanding
they were disbanding
Past Perfect
I had disbanded
you had disbanded
he/she/it had disbanded
we had disbanded
you had disbanded
they had disbanded
Future
I will disband
you will disband
he/she/it will disband
we will disband
you will disband
they will disband
Future Perfect
I will have disbanded
you will have disbanded
he/she/it will have disbanded
we will have disbanded
you will have disbanded
they will have disbanded
Future Continuous
I will be disbanding
you will be disbanding
he/she/it will be disbanding
we will be disbanding
you will be disbanding
they will be disbanding
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been disbanding
you have been disbanding
he/she/it has been disbanding
we have been disbanding
you have been disbanding
they have been disbanding
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been disbanding
you will have been disbanding
he/she/it will have been disbanding
we will have been disbanding
you will have been disbanding
they will have been disbanding
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been disbanding
you had been disbanding
he/she/it had been disbanding
we had been disbanding
you had been disbanding
they had been disbanding
Conditional
I would disband
you would disband
he/she/it would disband
we would disband
you would disband
they would disband
Past Conditional
I would have disbanded
you would have disbanded
he/she/it would have disbanded
we would have disbanded
you would have disbanded
they would have disbanded
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.disband - cause to break up or cease to function; "the principal disbanded the political student organization"
break up, dissipate, scatter, dispel, disperse - to cause to separate and go in different directions; "She waved her hand and scattered the crowds"
2.disband - stop functioning or cohering as a unit; "The political wing of the party dissolved after much internal fighting"
break up - come apart; "the group broke up"

disband

verb
1. dismiss, separate, break up, scatter, dissolve, let go, disperse, send home, demobilize All the armed groups will be disbanded.
2. break up, separate, scatter, disperse, part company, go (their) separate ways The rebels have agreed to disband by the end of the month.
Translations
يُسَرِّحُ، يَحُلُّ
rozpadnoutrozpustit
opløsesprede
szélnek ereszt
leysa upp
išformuotiišsiformuotilikviduotis
izformētizjuktizklīst
dağıtmakterhis etmek

disband

[dɪsˈbænd]
A. VT [+ army] → licenciar; [+ organization] → disolver
B. VIdisolverse

disband

[ˌdɪsˈbænd]
vt
[+ troops] → démobiliser
[+ group, party] → dissoudre
vi
[troops] → se disperser
[party] → se dissoudre; [group] → se séparer

disband

vtauflösen
vi (army, club)sich auflösen; (soldiers, club members)auseinandergehen

disband

[dɪsˈbænd]
1. vt (army) → congedare, smobilitare; (organization) → sciogliere
2. visciogliersi

disband

(disˈbӕnd) verb
to (cause a group, eg a military force to) break up. The regiment disbanded at the end of the war.
References in classic literature ?
I had also bestowed a shilling on the Orfling, who was about to be disbanded.
Hence, slow and scanty levies of men, in the most critical emergencies of our affairs; short enlistments at an unparalleled expense; continual fluctuations in the troops, ruinous to their discipline and subjecting the public safety frequently to the perilous crisis of a disbanded army.
He told us that the army was disbanded, and that he should return by Chateauroux, Clermont-Ferrand, Le Puy, and Nimes; and, if I had any money, he prayed me to leave it for him at Nimes, with an inn-keeper with whom I had dealings.
The king generally bestowed the governorships of the American colonies upon needy noblemen, or hangers-on at court, or disbanded officers.
One of the first objects was to recruit a complement of Canadian voyageurs from the disbanded herd usually to be found loitering about the place.
They would sooner be disbanded than abandon that tune; it is a part of their system.
But the young wolves, the children of the disbanded Seeonee Pack, throve and increased, and when there were about forty of them, masterless, full-voiced, clean-footed five-year-olds, Akela told them that they ought to gather themselves together ahd follow the Law, and run under one head, as befitted the Free People.
The causes and motives of seditions are, innovation in religion; taxes; alteration of laws and customs; breaking of privileges; general oppression; advancement of unworthy persons; strangers; dearths; disbanded soldiers; factions grown desperate; and what soever, in offending people, joineth and knitteth them in a common cause.
At all events, you've disbanded your troop--and you are living in your own house instead of being fast and loose about the place; that's all very good.
Meanwhile the Army of Revolt was disbanded and the girls sent home to their mothers.
So he disbanded his army and the consumers became producers also.
Also, such a war would create a large standing army that need never be disbanded, while in the minds of the people would be substituted the issue, "America versus Germany," in place of "Socialism versus Oligarchy.