1. (formal) (removed from duty)
El director técnico destituido va a recibir una indemnización de tres millones de dólares.The dismissed manager will receive a three million-dollar payoff.
2. (formal) (removed from power)
Poco después, el dictador destituido murió en el exilio.Not long after, the ousted dictator died in exile.
3. (formal) (old-fashioned) (divested; used with "de")masculine or feminine noun
a. deprived of
Me alegro de que este señor vaya a ser destituido de sus privilegios.I'm glad this gentleman is to be deprived of his privileges.
4. (formal) (person who has been removed from duty)
El destituido tiene derecho a apelar.The dismissed person has a right to appeal.
Todos los destituidos eran miembros de un grupo clandestino.All the people who were dismissed were members of a clandestine group.
Hay que explicar a los destituidos por qué tomamos esta decisión.We need to explain to those who've been dismissed why we took this decision.
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