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Would you be kind to tell me your considered opinion concerning the interpretation of the expression in bold from the following sentence.
I was in a Healing facility, recovering from an unusually traumatic insertion. I was sure the body that hosted me had been fully healed before it was given to me. A damaged host would have been disposed of.
dispose of = get rid of, eliminate, kill
Last edited by vil; 12-Jul-2011 at 10:25.
Thanks for the giggle!
By the way, your definition of "dispose of" is fine. Without context, it could be any of those but it generally means to throw away.