destituere

destituere
index abandon (physically leave)

Burton's Legal Thesaurus. . 2006

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  • destituer — [ dɛstitɥe ] v. tr. <conjug. : 1> • XV e; « écarter » 1322; lat. destituere ♦ Priver (qqn) de sa charge, de sa fonction, de son emploi. ⇒ casser, congédier, 2. démettre, 1. déposer, licencier, limoger, renvoyer, révoquer (cf. Mettre à pied …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • destitui — DESTITUÍ, destítui, vb. IV. tranz. A scoate, a îndepărta pe cineva, dintr un post, dintr o funcţie; a revoca. – Din fr. destituer, lat. destituere. Trimis de IoanSoleriu, 13.09.2007. Sursa: DEX 98  A destitui ≠ a angaja, a desemna, a numi Trimis …   Dicționar Român

  • destituir — (Del lat. destituere.) ► verbo transitivo Quitar el empleo o el cargo a una persona: ■ me destituyeron del puesto de delegado. SE CONJUGA COMO huir SINÓNIMO relevar cesar * * * destituir (del lat. «destituĕre») 1 («de») tr. Quitar a …   Enciclopedia Universal

  • promesse — Promesse, Pollicitum, Pollicitatio, Promissum, Promissio. Promesse et obligation de comparoir en justice, Vadimonium. La promesse qu on fait à Dieu, Sponsio voti, Votum. Une promesse dont le cas et condition est escheuë, Commissa sponsio. Toute… …   Thresor de la langue françoyse

  • defaillir — Defaillir, Languescere, Deficere. Defaillir et se passer, Exolescere, Rarescere. Defaillir et ne pouvoir fournir à la peine, Fatiscere. Defaillir à faire son debvoir, et respondre à la bonne volonté de la Seigneurie de sa ville, Studia ciuium… …   Thresor de la langue françoyse

  • Destituent — De*stit u*ent (?; 135), a. [L. destituens, p. pr. of destituere.] Deficient; wanting; as, a destituent condition. [Obs.] Jer. Taylor. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Destitute — Des ti*tute, a. [L. destitutus, p. p. of destituere to set away, leave alone, forsake; de + statuere to set. See {Statute}.] 1. Forsaken; not having in possession (something necessary, or desirable); deficient; lacking; devoid; often followed by… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • destitute — adjective Etymology: Middle English, from Latin destitutus, past participle of destituere to abandon, deprive, from de + statuere to set up more at statute Date: 14th century 1. lacking something needed or desirable < a lake destitute of fish > …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • destitute — destitutely, adv. destituteness, n. /des ti tooht , tyooht /, adj., v., destituted, destituting. adj. 1. without means of subsistence; lacking food, clothing, and shelter. 2. deprived of, devoid of, or lacking (often fol. by of): destitute of… …   Universalium

  • abandon — aban·don vt 1: to give up with the intent of never again asserting or claiming an interest in (a right or property) 2: to disassociate oneself from or forsake in spite of a duty or responsibility to abandon one s child 3: to renounce one s… …   Law dictionary


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