- remove from office suddenly and forcefully；testify to or give (evidence) on oath, typically in a written statement
verb: depose, 3rd person present: deposes, gerund or present participle: deposing, past tense: deposed, past participle: deposed
- 1. remove from office suddenly and forcefully:
he had been deposed by a military coup
- 2. testify to or give (evidence) on oath, typically in a written statement:
every affidavit shall state which of the facts deposed to are within the deponent's knowledge
- 3. question (a witness) in deposition.
- v.remove from office suddenly and forcefully:
- he had been deposed by a military coup
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