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Pronunciation of Disposition: Learn how to pronounce Disposition in English correctly

Learn how to say Disposition correctly in English with this tutorial pronunciation video.

Oxford dictionary definition of the word disposition:

noun
1a person’s inherent qualities of mind and character:
a sweet-natured girl of a placid disposition
he has the disposition of a saint
[often with infinitive] an inclination or tendency:
the Prime Minister has shown a disposition to alter policies
the judge’s disposition to clemency
2 [mass noun] the way in which something is placed or arranged, especially in relation to other things:
the plan shows the disposition of the rooms
the action of arranging people or things in a particular way:
the prerogative gives the state widespread powers regarding the disposition and control of the armed forces
(dispositions) the stationing of troops ready for military action:
the new strategic dispositions of our forces
3 [mass noun] Law the distribution or transfer of property or money to someone, especially by bequest:
this is a tax which affects the disposition of assets on death
4the power to deal with something as one pleases:
if Napoleon had had railways at his disposition, he would have been invincible
archaic the determination of events by divine power.
Origin:
late Middle English: via Old French from Latin dispositio(n-), from disponere ‘arrange’ (see dispose)