English translation of 'démobiliser'
Verb Table transitive verb
1. (Military) to demobilize
2. (figurative) to demotivate ⧫ to demoralize
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Example Sentences Including 'démobiliser'
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Il put aller se faire démobiliser à Nîmes et Antoine le conduisit en pleine nuit à la gare de Port-La-Nou-velle.Les moulins à nuages
La guerre était finie, et on ne se décidait pas à me démobiliser.Le Monde (2001)
M. Hollande met aussi en garde ses amis " sur les jeux de pronostic qui, parfois, peuvent même démobiliser nos partisans ".Le Monde (2002)
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British English: demobilize VERB
If a country or armed force demobilizes its troops, or if its troops demobilize, its troops are released from service and allowed to go home.
Both sides have agreed to demobilize 70% of their armies.
Translation of démobiliser from the Collins French to English
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