[ US /dɪsˈbænd/ ]
[ UK /dɪsbˈænd/ ]
VERB
  1. stop functioning or cohering as a unit
    The political wing of the party dissolved after much internal fighting
  2. cause to break up or cease to function
    the principal disbanded the political student organization
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How To Use disband In A Sentence

  • Report provides a chronological account of Mexican military involvement in disbanding student protests in Mexico City during the week of July 29. Tlatelolco massacre - the secret archives
  • Then they would disband the defeated regime's army, turning hundreds of thousands of trained soldiers into disgruntled potential insurgents.
  • The sultana's power came from the Bahri Mamluks, whom Aybek took great pains to disband between 1251 and l254.
  • The club who has issued a cry for help says it will disband within the next three weeks, unless immediate support from parents and supporters comes forward.
  • Paramilitary organisations of all kinds should disarm and disband.
  • It was disappointing to read two recent articles: ‘Summer events threatened by dearth of helpers’ and ‘Guild disbands as membership falls’.
  • Judge Charles Schwartz is giving the state 60 days to disband and consolidate Louisiana's four higher education boards.
  • In Beit Sahour, a women's demonstration of more than 1000 was disbanded with the use of tear gas and rubber bullets.
  • Judge Charles Schwartz is giving the state 60 days to disband and consolidate Louisiana's four higher education boards.
  • All the armed groups will be disbanded.
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