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depose (verb), deposes; deposed; deposing
1. To remove someone from office or from a position of power: Through a nonviolent coup, the legislators were able to depose the dictator.
2. To give evidence or to testify under oath, either in a written or verbal form: Under oath, the witness was deposing her evidence precisely and to the point.
3. To request and to record evidence from a testifier: The court was carefully deposing all of the statements from the attestant or person who affirmed the truth about what happened.
To remove from a throne or other high office.
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To deprive of a high position.
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