someone is at disposal


someone is at disposal
(someone) is at (your) disposal someone is available to help you.

I know there is plenty of work to do, so my daughter is at your disposal.


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  • disposal — dis‧pos‧al [dɪˈspəʊzl ǁ ˈspoʊ ] noun 1. [uncountable] when someone gets rid of something they no longer need or want: disposal of • European Community environment ministers agreed to tighten controls on the production, transport and disposal of… …   Financial and business terms

  • someone is at your disposal — (someone) is at (your) disposal someone is available to help you. I know there is plenty of work to do, so my daughter is at your disposal …   New idioms dictionary

  • disposal — dis|pos|al [dıˈspəuzəl US ˈspou ] n 1.) [U] when you get rid of something disposal of ▪ the safe disposal of radioactive waste ▪ bomb disposal experts 2.) at sb s disposal available for someone to use ▪ Tanner had a lot of cash at his disposal …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • disposal — noun 1 (U) the act of getting rid of something (+ of): the safe disposal of radioactive waste 2 at sb s disposal available for someone to use: Tanner had a considerable amount of cash at his disposal. | sb is at your (complete) disposal (=someone …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • disposal — noun 1》 the action or process of disposing. 2》 the sale of assets. 3》 US informal a waste disposal unit. Phrases at one s disposal available to be used however one wishes. at someone s disposal ready to assist someone in any way they wish …   English new terms dictionary

  • disposal — [[t]dɪspo͟ʊz(ə)l[/t]] 1) PHRASE: usu PHR after v, v link PHR If you have something at your disposal, you are able to use it whenever you want, and for whatever purpose you want. If you say that you are at someone s disposal, you mean that you are …   English dictionary

  • disposal — noun 1) garbage ready for disposal Syn: throwing away, discarding, jettisoning, scrapping, recycling; informal dumping, ditching, chucking, deep sixing 2) the disposal of the troops in two lines Syn: arrangement, arranging …   Thesaurus of popular words

  • disposal — [dɪˈspəʊz(ə)l] noun [U] the process of getting rid of something the disposal of nuclear waste[/ex] • at sb s disposal available for someone to use at any time[/ex] …   Dictionary for writing and speaking English

  • disposal — Sale, pledge, giving away, use, consumption or any other disposition of a thing. To exercise control over; to direct or assign for a use; to pass over into the control of someone else; to alienate, bestow, or part with …   Black's law dictionary

  • disposal — Sale, pledge, giving away, use, consumption or any other disposition of a thing. To exercise control over; to direct or assign for a use; to pass over into the control of someone else; to alienate, bestow, or part with …   Black's law dictionary