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disband

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1 to cease to exist or cause to cease to exist as a group or organization
  • The university disbanded the committee after the report had been submitted.
  • The rock group disbanded upon finishing their farewell tour.
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2 to cause (members of a group) to move widely apart
  • The police tried to disband the crowd after the fireworks display was over.
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