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be at (one's) disposal

To be ready and available to help or serve one. If you need anything during your stay, our staff is at your disposal. Welcome to the neighborhood! I'm at your disposal, if you need help with anything.
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at (one's) disposal

Ready and available to help or serve someone. If you need anything during your stay, our staff is at your disposal. Welcome to the neighborhood! I'm at your disposal, if you need help with anything.
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put someone or something at someone's disposal

to make someone or something available to someone; to offer someone or something to someone. I'd be glad to help you if you need me. I put myself at your disposal. I put my car at my neighbor's disposal.
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put at someone's disposal

Allow one to use, as in They put their car at our disposal for our entire stay. This idiom employs disposal in the sense of "the liberty or power to use something," a usage dating from the early-1600s.
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at your/somebody’s disˈposal

available for use as you prefer/somebody prefers: He will have a car at his disposal for the whole month.Well, I’m at your disposal (= I am ready to help you in any way I can).
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For a family of 2, a 1/2 horse power disposal should suffice.
There is no record of any sharps being returned to the hospital for disposal.
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Land Disposal Restrictions, Subpart O: Universal Treatment Standards.
An increase in the waste collection charge, however, increases the marginal benefit of illegal disposal as well as the marginal cost of consumption.
Law enforcement and military bomb disposal units of central Florida joined forces in 1989 to provide a mutual aid assistance network of personnel, equipment, and resources.
Owners who ignore disposal requirements or leave compliance to their contractor's discretion do so at their own risk.
Buried in the broad national effort to clean up the environment lies the foundry industry's huge problem with how to cope with skyrocketing waste sand disposal logistics and costs.
These rules, which apply to all camps, specify that proper disposal of potentially infectious waste must be ensured.
A] relatively moderate number of [adverse] health effects could result from the improper use or disposal of diffuse NORM wastes," the document warns.
I am extremely grateful to the teams from both Advanced Disposal and Veolia who contributed countless hours to make this strategic combination a reality.
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Disposal of radioactive material continues to be highly controversial.
Disposal means the final resting place,'' Kelly said.
The long-awaited Massachusetts ban on disposal, or transfer for disposal, of specific construction and demolition materials will most likely take place in mid-2006.