Variant of dispose
- to place in a certain order or arrangement
- to arrange (matters); settle or regulate (affairs)
- to make willing; incline
- to make susceptible or liable
Origin: Middle English disposen ; from Old French disposer, to put apart, hence arrange ; from perfect tense stem of Classical Latin disponere, to arrange: see dis- and amp; position
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