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dis·fran·chise

 (dĭs-frăn′chīz′)
tr.v. dis·fran·chised, dis·fran·chis·ing, dis·fran·chis·es
1. To deprive of a privilege, immunity, or right of citizenship, especially the right to vote; disenfranchise.
2. To deprive (a corporation, for example) of a privilege or franchise.

dis·fran′chise′ment (-chīz′mənt, -chĭz-) n.
dis·fran′chis′er n.
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disfranchise

(dɪsˈfræntʃaɪz)
vb
1. (Government, Politics & Diplomacy) another word for disenfranchise
2. (Commerce) another word for disenfranchise
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dis•fran•chise

(dɪsˈfræn tʃaɪz)

v.t. -chised, -chis•ing.
to disenfranchise.
[1425–75]
dis•fran′chise•ment (-tʃaɪz mənt, -tʃɪz-) n.
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disfranchise


Past participle: disfranchised
Gerund: disfranchising

Imperative
disfranchise
disfranchise
Present
I disfranchise
you disfranchise
he/she/it disfranchises
we disfranchise
you disfranchise
they disfranchise
Preterite
I disfranchised
you disfranchised
he/she/it disfranchised
we disfranchised
you disfranchised
they disfranchised
Present Continuous
I am disfranchising
you are disfranchising
he/she/it is disfranchising
we are disfranchising
you are disfranchising
they are disfranchising
Present Perfect
I have disfranchised
you have disfranchised
he/she/it has disfranchised
we have disfranchised
you have disfranchised
they have disfranchised
Past Continuous
I was disfranchising
you were disfranchising
he/she/it was disfranchising
we were disfranchising
you were disfranchising
they were disfranchising
Past Perfect
I had disfranchised
you had disfranchised
he/she/it had disfranchised
we had disfranchised
you had disfranchised
they had disfranchised
Future
I will disfranchise
you will disfranchise
he/she/it will disfranchise
we will disfranchise
you will disfranchise
they will disfranchise
Future Perfect
I will have disfranchised
you will have disfranchised
he/she/it will have disfranchised
we will have disfranchised
you will have disfranchised
they will have disfranchised
Future Continuous
I will be disfranchising
you will be disfranchising
he/she/it will be disfranchising
we will be disfranchising
you will be disfranchising
they will be disfranchising
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been disfranchising
you have been disfranchising
he/she/it has been disfranchising
we have been disfranchising
you have been disfranchising
they have been disfranchising
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been disfranchising
you will have been disfranchising
he/she/it will have been disfranchising
we will have been disfranchising
you will have been disfranchising
they will have been disfranchising
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been disfranchising
you had been disfranchising
he/she/it had been disfranchising
we had been disfranchising
you had been disfranchising
they had been disfranchising
Conditional
I would disfranchise
you would disfranchise
he/she/it would disfranchise
we would disfranchise
you would disfranchise
they would disfranchise
Past Conditional
I would have disfranchised
you would have disfranchised
he/she/it would have disfranchised
we would have disfranchised
you would have disfranchised
they would have disfranchised
Collins English Verb Tables © HarperCollins Publishers 2011
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.disfranchise - deprive of voting rights
deprive - keep from having, keeping, or obtaining
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