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1.Manner in which a case or matter is determined or settled, or a property is transferred to another's care or possession such as by a sale deed or will.
2.Manner in which an item or material is disposed of such as by disposal, relinquishment, sale, or transfer.

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  • After John's death, a lawyer was called to aid in disposition of his money and property to his family and friends.

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  • I don't like your angry disposition, when you speak to me change your attitude because otherwise I don't want to be around you.

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  • In his last will and testament, Gerald carefully determined the disposition of his assets and possessions to his family and friends.

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