divest

(redirected from divested)
Also found in: Dictionary, Legal, Financial, Encyclopedia.
Graphic Thesaurus  🔍
Display ON
Animation ON
Legend
Synonym
Antonym
Related
  • verb

Synonyms for divest

Synonyms for divest

to take or keep something away from

Synonyms for divest

deprive of status or authority

reduce or dispose of

References in periodicals archive ?
The enemy property could be divested only to the owner or his lawful heir.
The Norwegian government had previously divested from the Israeli company Elbit Systems, due to its role in building Israel's wall in the Occupied West Bank in violation of international law.
These assets were reportedly ordered divested from AT&T as a result of the merger between AT&T and SBC Communications Inc.
The risk is small to the divesting firm because the CPA has already decided the divested clients are not clients it wants to retain; the firm was prepared to let them go.
We thus live in a world divested of order and purpose in which violence is the most manifest reality.
In reviewing the competitive effects of the proposal in this market, the Board has considered that a significant portion of the HHI increase resulting from the proposed transaction is caused by the fact that the divested branches control a large amount of deposits.
The buying firm does not purchase the entire selling firm, but only a portion consisting of the divested assets or units.
11%) of the firms divested unconsolidated subsidiaries by either selling them outright or reducing their ownership to 50% or less.
UANI applauds AGF, and will list AGF as having divested.
As a result of this process, NetScientific has now divested control of RoboScientific Ltd to management.
2m, excluding divested operations, and a negative SEK7.
75% coupon rate was divested with a maturity for 20 February, 2019.
Talkline ID is being divested to ensure a more intense focus on the development of the mobile company Talkline, according to the company.
The proposed acquiror of the divested branches would become the fourth largest depository institution in the market, controlling 11.