disperse (v) yUç·GªU³¹éGT«Uç·Gim¯ÈÇðjLßéz
* disperse a crowd QOðÇ¢Uç·
* dispersal (n)FUzGªzGU (= dispersion)
The meeting was dispersed, but its holders were triumphant in the belief that they had pointed out the international character of the civil disobedience movement and had been able to hold something of a debate before being dispersed. .
This was a waste of time and a dispersal of energies.
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The police fired in the air to disperse the crowd.
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The rebels dispersed at the sight of the troops.
The police asked the angry protesters to disperse.
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After school the children dispersed to their homes.
@oTFLongman Dictionary of Contemporary English, new ed.