Sinónimos de disband
to stop or cause to stop functioning as a unit or groupAll the armed groups will be disbanded.
to stop or cause to stop functioning as a unit or groupThe rebels have agreed to disband by the end of the month.
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in the sense of demobilize
It is unlikely that the rebel bands will demobilize.
in the sense of disperse
to leave or cause to leave a gatheringThe crowd dispersed peacefully.
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