- 第三人称单数: disbands;
- 过去式: disbanded;
- 过去分词: disbanded;
- 现在分词: disbanding;
- 名词: disbandment;
The committee formally disbanded in August.
They set about disbanding the terrorist groups.
All the armed groups will be disbanded...
The rebels were to have fully disbanded by June the tenth.
叛乱分子会在 6 月 10日前全部解散。
Disband: This will disband the entire guild.
And then the bank shall disband upon approval of the People's Bank of China.
When she was made to disband the force, some of its aggrieved members turned against her.
The government tried to disband the illegal organization.
Judge Charles Schwartz is giving the state 60 days to disband and consolidate Louisiana's four higher education boards.
In July he issued a decree ordering all unofficial armed groups in the country to disband.
However, as Amy Edmondson of Harvard points out, organisations increasingly use team as a verb rather than a noun: they form teams for specific purposes and then quickly disband them.
However, as Amy Edmondson of Harvard points out, organisations increasingly use "team" as a verb rather than a noun: they form teams for specific purposes and then quickly disband them.
2017年6月四级真题（第三套）阅读 Section B收起真题例句
1. cause to break up or function;
"the principal disbanded the political student organization"
2. stop functioning or cohering as a unit;
"The political wing of the party dissolved after much internal fighting"