Definitions of "disable"
  1. This relates to the act of stripping someone of their legal rights, qualifications, or abilities
  2. Refers to the act of rendering someone or something incapable of performing its expected function or role
How to use "disable" in a sentence
  1. The judge decided to disable the accused due to their repeated contempt of court.
  2. After the incident, the regulatory body took steps to disable the company from operating further.
  3. They are trying to disable my client from defending themselves by withholding necessary information.

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