destituir

destituir
transitive verb
1. (formal) (to fire) 
El presidente destituyó a su mano derecha por estar implicado en casos de corrupción.The president dismissed his right-hand man for being involved in instances of corruption.
b. to remove 
El policía fue destituido de su cargo en espera de la investigación.The police officer was removed from his post pending the investigation.
2. (formal) (old-fashioned) (to divest) 
No permitiré que nadie me destituya de mi derecho a visitar a mi hija.I will not let anyone deprive me of my right to visit my daughter.
destituir
transitive verb
1. (general) 
a. to dismiss 
destituir
transitive verb
1 (despedir) [+empleado] to dismiss;de from; [+ministro, funcionario] to remove from office
ha sido destituido de su cargo he has been removed from his post; lo destituyeron por conducta inmoral he was dismissed for immoral conduct
2 (privar)
destituir a algn de algo to deprive sb of sth
Examples
Verb Conjugations for destituir
Present Participle: destituyendo
Past Participle: destituido
Indicative
Irregular forms are in red
PresentPreteriteImperfectConditionalFuture
yo
destituyo
destituí
destituía
destituiría
destituiré
destituyes
destituiste
destituías
destituirías
destituirás
él/ella/Ud.
destituye
destituyó
destituía
destituiría
destituirá
nosotros
destituimos
destituimos
destituíamos
destituiríamos
destituiremos
vosotros
destituís
destituisteis
destituíais
destituiríais
destituiréis
ellos/ellas/Uds.
destituyen
destituyeron
destituían
destituirían
destituirán
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