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de·throne

 (dē-thrōn′)
tr.v. de·throned, de·thron·ing, de·thrones
1. To remove from the throne; depose.
2. To remove from a prominent or powerful position.

de·throne′ment n.
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dethrone

(dɪˈθrəʊn)
vb
(tr) to remove from a throne or deprive of any high position or title; depose: the champion was dethroned by a young boxer.
deˈthronement n
deˈthroner n
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de•throne

(diˈθroʊn)

v.t. -throned, -thron•ing.
to remove from a throne or position of power or authority; depose.
[1600–10]
de•throne′ment, n.
de•thron′er, n.
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dethrone


Past participle: dethroned
Gerund: dethroning

Imperative
dethrone
dethrone
Present
I dethrone
you dethrone
he/she/it dethrones
we dethrone
you dethrone
they dethrone
Preterite
I dethroned
you dethroned
he/she/it dethroned
we dethroned
you dethroned
they dethroned
Present Continuous
I am dethroning
you are dethroning
he/she/it is dethroning
we are dethroning
you are dethroning
they are dethroning
Present Perfect
I have dethroned
you have dethroned
he/she/it has dethroned
we have dethroned
you have dethroned
they have dethroned
Past Continuous
I was dethroning
you were dethroning
he/she/it was dethroning
we were dethroning
you were dethroning
they were dethroning
Past Perfect
I had dethroned
you had dethroned
he/she/it had dethroned
we had dethroned
you had dethroned
they had dethroned
Future
I will dethrone
you will dethrone
he/she/it will dethrone
we will dethrone
you will dethrone
they will dethrone
Future Perfect
I will have dethroned
you will have dethroned
he/she/it will have dethroned
we will have dethroned
you will have dethroned
they will have dethroned
Future Continuous
I will be dethroning
you will be dethroning
he/she/it will be dethroning
we will be dethroning
you will be dethroning
they will be dethroning
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been dethroning
you have been dethroning
he/she/it has been dethroning
we have been dethroning
you have been dethroning
they have been dethroning
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been dethroning
you will have been dethroning
he/she/it will have been dethroning
we will have been dethroning
you will have been dethroning
they will have been dethroning
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been dethroning
you had been dethroning
he/she/it had been dethroning
we had been dethroning
you had been dethroning
they had been dethroning
Conditional
I would dethrone
you would dethrone
he/she/it would dethrone
we would dethrone
you would dethrone
they would dethrone
Past Conditional
I would have dethroned
you would have dethroned
he/she/it would have dethroned
we would have dethroned
you would have dethroned
they would have dethroned
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.dethrone - remove a monarch from the throne; "If the King does not abdicate, he will have to be dethroned"
disinvest, divest - deprive of status or authority; "he was divested of his rights and his title"; "They disinvested themselves of their rights"
enthrone, throne - put a monarch on the throne; "The Queen was enthroned more than 50 years ago"
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dethrone

verb depose, overthrow, oust, displace, eject, usurp, unseat, supplant, uncrown The king was dethroned and went into exile.
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Translations
syöstä vallasta

dethrone

[diːˈθrəʊn] VTdestronar
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dethrone

vtentthronen
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dethrone

[diːˈθrəʊn] vtdetronizzare
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References in classic literature ?
I felt the first inkling of a thing that presently grew quite clear in my mind, that oppressed me for many days, a sense of dethronement, a persuasion that I was no longer a master, but an animal among the animals, under the Martian heel.
When the young king, stupefied and crushed in every sense and feeling, found himself led to a cell in the Bastile, he fancied death itself is but a sleep; that it, too, has its dreams as well; that the bed had broken through the flooring of his room at Vaux; that death had resulted from the occurrence; and that, still carrying out his dream, the king, Louis XIV., now no longer living, was dreaming one of those horrors, impossible to realize in life, which is termed dethronement, imprisonment, and insult towards a sovereign who formerly wielded unlimited power.
For instance, beneath the French criticism of the economic functions of money, they wrote "Alienation of Humanity," and beneath the French criticism of the bourgeois State they wrote "dethronement of the Category of the General," and so forth.