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Dis·​pos·​i·​tive

[Adjective / Law]


Relating to or bringing about the settlement of an issue or the disposition of property


[Scots / U.S. Law] Dealing with the disposition of property by deer or will


[U.S. Law] Producing a final settlement or determination


Late Middle English (in the sense of 'contributory, conducive'): from Old French, or from medieval Latin dispositivus, from Latin disposit- 'arranged, disposed ,' from verb disponere (see dispose)



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