Traducción de disband en español:

disband

disolver, v.

Pronunciación /dɪsˈbænd/ /dɪsˈband/

Ver definición en español de disolver

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    (organization) disolver
    (army) licenciar
    • Elsewhere in the fifth century units whose pay stopped disbanded and dispersed or settled on the land.
    • He praised Endriartono for making such a forceful call for all paramilitary organizations to disband.
    • Mr James said the performers had gone their separate ways since the circus disbanded on Sunday.
    • The 228 Incident Committee was declared an illegal organization and ordered to disband.
    • We're assuming that, on the verge of success, the organisation have done the only sensible thing and disbanded.
    • Paramilitary organisations of all kinds should disarm and disband.
    • We heard scattered news that the army was disbanding.
    • ‘The public consultation is a mockery,’ said Mr Putwain who had brought to the meeting a final position statement of the CHC before it disbands on December 1.
    • It was disappointing to read two recent articles: ‘Summer events threatened by dearth of helpers’ and ‘Guild disbands as membership falls’.
    • Glusburn and Cross Hills gala will not go ahead this year after the committee officially disbanded at the weekend.
    • His singing group disbanded recently and he's mad!
    • The Beta Band disbanded at the end of 2004 leaving behind a legacy of innovative and inspiring music.
    • The remaining attorneys disbanded at the end of 2001, going in a number of different professional directions.
    • St. Fintan's have since disbanded due to falling numbers.
    • The Clash finally disbanded in 1985, but that's not the end of the story.
    • The team then disbands and a new team forms to work on the next project.

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    (organization) disolverse
    (group/gathering) desbandarse