Deposition Definition

dĕpə-zĭshən
depositions
noun
depositions
A deposing or being deposed; removal from office or position of power.
Webster's New World
The act of testifying.
Webster's New World
The act of depositing, especially the laying down of matter by a natural process.
American Heritage
A depositing or being deposited.
Webster's New World
Something deposited or left lying.
Webster's New World
Antonyms:
enthronement
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Wiktionary
pronoun

(Christianity) The removal of Jesus from the cross.

Wiktionary
other
. The deposition of a person representing a corporation or entity, in which that person is held out to have the most knowledge of the subject at hand. Testimony taken in this manner is binding upon the corporation or entity.
Webster's New World Law

Other Word Forms of Deposition

Noun

Singular:
deposition
Plural:
depositions

Origin of Deposition

  • From Old French deposicion (French déposition)

    From Wiktionary

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