Attend to, settle, deal with, as in He quickly disposed of the problem. [Early 1600s]
Transfer, part with, as by giving away or selling. For example, They wanted to dispose of the land as soon as possible. [Second half of 1600s]
Get rid of, throw out, as in Can we dispose of the trash in this barrel? Oliver Goldsmith had this idiom in She Stoops to Conquer (1773): “I'm disposing of the husband before I have secured the lover.” [Mid-1600s]
Kill or destroy; also, humorously, consume. For example, The king was determined to dispose of his enemies, or John disposed of the cake in no time. [Second half of 1800s]
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How to use dispose of in a sentence
The Dallas Cowboys sell out their state-of-the art football stadium.
Nothing much to use in cleaning up the baby and his mother after the birth, no place to dispose of the placenta.
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The Spanish men-of-war, which were always painted white, had their colour changed to dark grey like the American ships.
Later on the commander of a German man-of-war and his staff were received and fêted by the Captain-General.