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Adjective
Disconnected and not attached to anything
“The artist's impression reveals a different approach to the usual suburban layout of detached homes arranged in cul-de-sacs.”
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Having been severed or cut off
“The zombie can still perform tasks as per normal despite the detached limb.”
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Cold or aloof in manner or behavior
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“My closest friends had read what I had written and had responded in a detached and impersonal way.”
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Objective or unbiased in one's judgment
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“Their justice or injustice, glory or baseness, beauty or ugliness, appears only to those capable of detached judgment.”
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Standing on its own apart from the others
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(of a person) Reserved or uncommunicative in speech
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Not fixed in place tightly or firmly
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Able to function or operate independently
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Not connected with or relevant to something
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Having no companions
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Not actively participating in an activity or interaction
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Arrogantly superior and disdainful
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Adverb
Existing in isolation
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Past tense for disconnect, cut off
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“They were unable to pull the 3,000-pound anchor to get separation between the two vessels and thus needed to detach the anchor.”
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Past tense for to separate for a special object or use
“There is something rather magical in the way helicopters effortlessly detach themselves from the ground and spiral up into the sky.”
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Past tense for to take apart from
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Past tense for to unfasten something tied, fastened, or fixed in place
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Past tense for to separate or isolate
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Past tense for to cut or trim to a short length, especially hair
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Past tense for detach
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Past tense for to break up into small pieces as the result of impact
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Past tense for to dismiss from a job
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Past tense for to bother or cause unease to one's mental or emotional state
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Past tense for to pull out of, or cease to participate in, a deal, agreement or position
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