noun For layman: The last word (say) of a judgement and cannot be changed.
Etymology: Middle English, from Middle French, from Latin disposition-, dispositio, from disponere
- The act or the power of disposing or the state of being disposed as Administration, Control, final arrangement (Settlement - the disposition of the case), transfer to the care or possession of another or the power of such transferal, or orderly arrangement.
- The prevailing tendency, mood, or inclination; temperamental makeup; the tendency of something to act in a certain manner under given circumstances.
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