English translation of 'dispor'
dispor[dʒisˈpor] (irreg: like pôr)
1. (arranjar) to arrange
2. (colocar em ordem) to put in order
dispor de (usar) to have the use of; (ter) to have, own; (pessoas) to have at one's disposal
dispor-se reflexive verb
dispor-se a (estar pronto a) to be prepared to, be willing to; (decidir) to decide to
dispor sobre to talk about
não disponho de tempo para ... I can't afford the time to ...
disponha! feel free!
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'dispor' in Other Languages
British English: deploy VERB
To deploy troops or military resources means to organize or position them so that they are ready to be used.
The president said he had no intention of deploying ground troops.
Translation of dispor from the Collins Portuguese to English
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