de·com·mis·sion / ˌdēkəˈmishən/ • v. [tr.] withdraw (someone or something) from service, in particular: ∎ make (a nuclear reactor or weapon) inoperative, and dismantle and decontaminate it to make it safe. ∎ take (a ship) out of service.
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