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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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Occurring at intervals
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Standing on its own apart from the others
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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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Logged off
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Unfounded or nonsensical
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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
Verb
Past tense for to break the (physical) 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 or dissociate something, someone or oneself from a situation
“He deeply thought of society and its welfare and remembered equally that he could not disconnect himself from society.”
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Past tense for to remove by cutting off
“The center line is then opened or cut with a knife to disconnect the two lines of stitching and form the buttonhole.”
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Past tense for to turn off a device by cutting off its power supply
“Flip the switch. That will disconnect the electricity to the fence and your two pals can escape.”
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Past tense for to terminate or interrupt a connection between two systems
“When he reached out and firmly pressed down on the button to disconnect her call to the police, she eyed him with wary alarm.”
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Past tense for to unfasten something tied, fastened, or fixed in place
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Past tense for to put a body part, such as a bone or joint, out of its usual place
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Past tense for hang up the phone
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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 bother or cause unease to one's mental or emotional state
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