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Adjective
Lacking a coherent or logical sequence or connection
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“The work takes the form of a series of disconnected and discrete episodes, without essential inner connection, and becomes somewhat tedious as a result.”
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Individually separate or disconnected from others
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“Brought forth in the programme are images that encompass and translate the diverse emotions of the disconnected people.”
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Not connected with or relevant to something
“A sequence of utterly disconnected events.”
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Not fixed in place tightly or firmly
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Impartial and not taking sides
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Air-gapped
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Unfounded or nonsensical
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Logged off
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Located far away from other places, buildings, or people
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(of a device) Not connected to anything (e.g. via wires or cables)
Adverb
Existing in isolation
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Past tense for to force or break apart
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Past tense for break the connection of or between
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“Always make sure you isolate and tag a motor before you disconnect it.”
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Past tense for to remove the connection between an appliance and an electrical power source
“If your aircraft is intact after an event, and you need the data from the device, remove or disconnect the power plugs before applying any electrical power to the aircraft.”
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Past tense for to sever or interrupt a connection
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“Ford disconnected the telephone line and reactivated the radio link.”
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Past tense for to put (an electrical device) out of action by detaching it from a power supply
“The company has disconnected our electricity for non-payment.”
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Past tense for to put something out of its usual place
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Past tense for hang up the phone
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Past tense for to cut short (an animal's tail)
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Past tense for break up into small parts as the result of impact or decay
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Past tense for to interrupt or intrude on a conversation or activity
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Past tense for to bother or cause unease to one's mental or emotional state
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