put at disposal

put (someone, something, or oneself) at (one's) disposal

To make someone, something, or oneself ready and available to help or serve one. This is my butler—I have put him at your disposal for your time with us at the manor. My parents said they'd put their apartment in London at our disposal during our vacation.
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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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As citizens of the Una-Sana Canton have sought the reaction of state institutions, KomA!ic says he is obliged to urge the members of the Presidency of Bosnia and Herzegovina to hold an emergency session and, in accordance with Article 41 of the Law on the Council of Ministers, to hold their extraordinary session on the issue of the problems with migrants in Bosnia and Herzegovina in order to put at disposal all the capacities to the Ministry of Security and the Ministry of Defense.
In order to tackle the complex situation at the BiH border with the current capacities, it is necessary to put at disposal all the available capacities of all police agencies and other bodies in BiH, it was pointed out at the meeting.
At the expert seminar "Searching for locations of graves and exhumations as evidence material", it was concluded that the process of searching for missing persons in BiH has entered the most difficult phase, and that all resources must be put at disposal to the investigators, so that this process would be brought to an end.
It was emphasized that Bosnia and Herzegovina has become a part of China's largest project - the Belt and Road Initiative, in which China has put at disposal more than 100 billion euros for various projects.