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de·con·trol

 (dē′kən-trōl′)
tr.v. de·con·trolled, de·con·trol·ling, de·con·trols
To stop control of, especially by the government: decontrolled oil and natural gas prices.

de′con·trol′ n.
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decontrol

(ˌdiːkənˈtrəʊl)
vb, -trols, -trolling or -trolled
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) (tr) to free of restraints or controls, esp government controls: to decontrol prices.
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de•con•trol

(ˌdi kənˈtroʊl)

v. -trolled, -trol•ling,
n. v.t.
1. to remove controls or restraints, esp. government controls, from: to decontrol rents.
n.
2. the removal of controls.
[1915–20]
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decontrol


Past participle: decontrolled
Gerund: decontrolling

Imperative
decontrol
decontrol
Present
I decontrol
you decontrol
he/she/it decontrols
we decontrol
you decontrol
they decontrol
Preterite
I decontrolled
you decontrolled
he/she/it decontrolled
we decontrolled
you decontrolled
they decontrolled
Present Continuous
I am decontrolling
you are decontrolling
he/she/it is decontrolling
we are decontrolling
you are decontrolling
they are decontrolling
Present Perfect
I have decontrolled
you have decontrolled
he/she/it has decontrolled
we have decontrolled
you have decontrolled
they have decontrolled
Past Continuous
I was decontrolling
you were decontrolling
he/she/it was decontrolling
we were decontrolling
you were decontrolling
they were decontrolling
Past Perfect
I had decontrolled
you had decontrolled
he/she/it had decontrolled
we had decontrolled
you had decontrolled
they had decontrolled
Future
I will decontrol
you will decontrol
he/she/it will decontrol
we will decontrol
you will decontrol
they will decontrol
Future Perfect
I will have decontrolled
you will have decontrolled
he/she/it will have decontrolled
we will have decontrolled
you will have decontrolled
they will have decontrolled
Future Continuous
I will be decontrolling
you will be decontrolling
he/she/it will be decontrolling
we will be decontrolling
you will be decontrolling
they will be decontrolling
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been decontrolling
you have been decontrolling
he/she/it has been decontrolling
we have been decontrolling
you have been decontrolling
they have been decontrolling
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been decontrolling
you will have been decontrolling
he/she/it will have been decontrolling
we will have been decontrolling
you will have been decontrolling
they will have been decontrolling
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been decontrolling
you had been decontrolling
he/she/it had been decontrolling
we had been decontrolling
you had been decontrolling
they had been decontrolling
Conditional
I would decontrol
you would decontrol
he/she/it would decontrol
we would decontrol
you would decontrol
they would decontrol
Past Conditional
I would have decontrolled
you would have decontrolled
he/she/it would have decontrolled
we would have decontrolled
you would have decontrolled
they would have decontrolled
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.decontrol - relax or remove controls of; "decontrol marijuana"
liberalize, liberalise - make liberal or more liberal, of laws and rules
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Translations

decontrol

[ˌdiːkənˈtrəʊl]
A. Nliberalización f
B. VT (esp US) [+ prices, trade] → liberalizar
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decontrol

[ˌdiːkənˈtrəʊl]
vt [+ prices] → libérer
n [prices] → libération f
Collins English/French Electronic Resource. © HarperCollins Publishers 2005

decontrol

vt (Comm) trade, pricesfreigeben
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decontrol

[ˌdiːkənˈtrəʊl] vt (trade) → liberalizzare; (prices) → togliere il controllo governativo a
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