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disposition
,dɪspə'zɪʃən
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English Definition
(名) As a noun
  1. The act or means of getting rid of something.
  2. Your usual mood.
  3. A natural or acquired habit or characteristic tendency in a person or thing.
  4. An attitude of mind especially one that favors one alternative over others.
Hyphenationdis•po•si•tion
Part of Speech(名) noun
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处理chǔlǐto handle; to treat; to deal with; to process; to deal with a criminal case; to mete out punishment; to offer for sale at a reduced price; to punish
支配权zhīpèi quánauthority to dispose of something
布置bùzhìto put in order; to arrange; to decorate; to fix up; to deploy
配置pèizhìto deploy; to allocate; configuration; allocation
安排ānpáito arrange; to plan; to set up; arrangements; plans
性情xìngqíngnature; temperament
禀性bǐngxìngnatural disposition
意向yìxiàngintention; purpose; intent; inclination; disposition
倾向qīngxiàngtrend; tendency; orientation
体性tǐxìngdisposition
姿beauty; disposition; looks; appearance
性向xìngxiàngaptitude; disposition; inclination
zhòngmind; disposition; temper
天生tiānshēngnature; disposition; innate; natural
性格xìnggénature; disposition; temperament; character
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