Definitions of "dispositive"
  1. Implies actions or motions that resolve legal disputes or controversies
  2. Refers to the allocation or management of property or assets
  3. Indicates an action or motion that decides the final outcome of a specific task or issue
How to use "dispositive" in a sentence
  1. The judge's dispositive motion resolved the dispute before going to trial.
  2. Their will contained dispositive provisions related to their estate.
  3. The jury's decision was dispositive in determining the final outcome of the case.

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