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dis·bar

 (dĭs-bär′)
tr.v. dis·barred, dis·bar·ring, dis·bars
To prohibit (an attorney) from the practice of law by official action or procedure.

dis·bar′ment n.

disbar

(dɪsˈbɑː)
vb (tr) , -bars, -barring or -barred
(Law) to deprive of the status of barrister; expel from the Bar
disˈbarment n
Usage: Disbar is sometimes wrongly used where debar is meant: he was debarred (not disbarred) from attending meetings

dis•bar

(dɪsˈbɑr)

v.t. -barred, -bar•ring.
to expel from the legal profession.
[1625–35]
dis•bar′ment, n.

disbar


Past participle: disbarred
Gerund: disbarring

Imperative
disbar
disbar
Present
I disbar
you disbar
he/she/it disbars
we disbar
you disbar
they disbar
Preterite
I disbarred
you disbarred
he/she/it disbarred
we disbarred
you disbarred
they disbarred
Present Continuous
I am disbarring
you are disbarring
he/she/it is disbarring
we are disbarring
you are disbarring
they are disbarring
Present Perfect
I have disbarred
you have disbarred
he/she/it has disbarred
we have disbarred
you have disbarred
they have disbarred
Past Continuous
I was disbarring
you were disbarring
he/she/it was disbarring
we were disbarring
you were disbarring
they were disbarring
Past Perfect
I had disbarred
you had disbarred
he/she/it had disbarred
we had disbarred
you had disbarred
they had disbarred
Future
I will disbar
you will disbar
he/she/it will disbar
we will disbar
you will disbar
they will disbar
Future Perfect
I will have disbarred
you will have disbarred
he/she/it will have disbarred
we will have disbarred
you will have disbarred
they will have disbarred
Future Continuous
I will be disbarring
you will be disbarring
he/she/it will be disbarring
we will be disbarring
you will be disbarring
they will be disbarring
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been disbarring
you have been disbarring
he/she/it has been disbarring
we have been disbarring
you have been disbarring
they have been disbarring
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been disbarring
you will have been disbarring
he/she/it will have been disbarring
we will have been disbarring
you will have been disbarring
they will have been disbarring
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been disbarring
you had been disbarring
he/she/it had been disbarring
we had been disbarring
you had been disbarring
they had been disbarring
Conditional
I would disbar
you would disbar
he/she/it would disbar
we would disbar
you would disbar
they would disbar
Past Conditional
I would have disbarred
you would have disbarred
he/she/it would have disbarred
we would have disbarred
you would have disbarred
they would have disbarred
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.disbar - remove from the bar; expel from the practice of law by official action; "The corrupt lawyer was disbarred"
practice of law, law - the learned profession that is mastered by graduate study in a law school and that is responsible for the judicial system; "he studied law at Yale"
disqualify - declare unfit; "She was disqualified for the Olympics because she was a professional athlete"
Translations

disbar

[dɪsˈbɑːʳ] VT [+ barrister] → inhabilitar para el ejercicio de la abogacía, prohibir ejercer
he was disbarredle prohibieron ejercer la abogacía

disbar

vt (Jur) → die Lizenz entziehen (+dat)
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