divest

[v] - deprive of status or authority 2. [v] - take away one`s investment
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Divest

To divest assets is to sell them off. Often referred to in the context of a company selling off... <a target=_blank href='http://www.finance-glossary.com/terms/divest.htm?id=12760&ginPtrCode=00000&PopupMode=false' title='Read full definition of divest'>more</a>
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Divest

DiĀ·vest' transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Divested ; present participle & verbal noun Divesting .] [ Late Latin divestire ( di- = dis- + Latin vestire to dress), equiv. to Latin devestire...
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divest

1. To unclothe; to strip, as of clothes, arms, or equipage; opposed to invest. ... 2. To strip; to deprive; to dispossess; as, to divest one of his rights or privileges; to divest one's self of prejudices, passions, etc. 'Wretches divested of every moral feeling.' (Goldsmith) 'The tendency of the language to divest itself of its gutturals.' (Earle)...
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divest

disinvest verb reduce or dispose of; cease to hold (an investment); `The company decided to divest`; `the board of trustees divested $20 million in real estate property`; `There was pressure on the university to disinvest in South Africa`
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Divest

• (v. t.) Fig.: To strip; to deprive; to dispossess; as, to divest one of his rights or privileges; to divest one`s self of prejudices, passions, etc. • (v. t.) To unclothe; to strip, as of clothes, arms, or equipage; -- opposed to invest. • (v. t.) See Devest.
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divest

take away possessions from someone
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divest

cease to hold, as an investment
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