decommission

All Noun Verb
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  • Sometimes a state route may be formed when a former national route is decommissioned.
  • The ship saw no action and was decommissioned after the end of the war.
  • Two ships are still in service, the others have been sold after decommissioning.
  • Two continue to exist today, while the remaining seven have been decommissioned.
  • The film was made several years after the ship was decommissioned.
  • The work may allow a life extension beyond the current decommissioning date.
  • When the military college was decommissioned, many of the academic staff stayed on.
  • She would remain a special projects boat until her decommissioning.
  • When planning began, a date for decommissioning had not yet been set.
  • The ship was decommissioned a few months after the end of World War II.
  • The newspaper also reported that the group refused to decommission its weapons.
  • This second phase lasted around twenty years until the fort was decommissioned.
  • Numerous active and decommissioned logging and forest service roads provide access into the back country.
  • After decommissioning, she was sold to private ownership and used as a pleasure boat.
  • At the end of the service life, ships will be decommissioned.
  • She continued this service until returning to the United States for decommissioning.
  • In no place has it been decommissioned as a route.
  • However, there is major support for the decommission of the facility amongst green groups.
  • A decommissioned route may also find other use besides automobile use.
  • Like almost all her sister ships, she was decommissioned shortly after the end of the war, and never saw active service again.
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Meaning of decommission

  • verb Withdraw from active service
    The warship was decommissioned in 1998