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dis·join

 (dĭs-join′)
v. dis·joined, dis·join·ing, dis·joins
v.tr.
To undo the joining of; separate.
v.intr.
To become separated.

[Middle English disjoinen, from Old French desjoindre, from Latin disiungere : dis-, dis- + iungere, to join; see join.]

disjoin

(dɪsˈdʒɔɪn)
vb
to disconnect or become disconnected; separate
disˈjoinable adj

dis•join

(dɪsˈdʒɔɪn)

v.t.
1. to undo or prevent the junction or union of; disunite; separate.
v.i.
2. to become disunited; separate.
[1475–85; Middle English < Old French desjoindre < Latin disjungere=dis- dis-1 + jungere to join]

disjoin


Past participle: disjoined
Gerund: disjoining

Imperative
disjoin
disjoin
Present
I disjoin
you disjoin
he/she/it disjoins
we disjoin
you disjoin
they disjoin
Preterite
I disjoined
you disjoined
he/she/it disjoined
we disjoined
you disjoined
they disjoined
Present Continuous
I am disjoining
you are disjoining
he/she/it is disjoining
we are disjoining
you are disjoining
they are disjoining
Present Perfect
I have disjoined
you have disjoined
he/she/it has disjoined
we have disjoined
you have disjoined
they have disjoined
Past Continuous
I was disjoining
you were disjoining
he/she/it was disjoining
we were disjoining
you were disjoining
they were disjoining
Past Perfect
I had disjoined
you had disjoined
he/she/it had disjoined
we had disjoined
you had disjoined
they had disjoined
Future
I will disjoin
you will disjoin
he/she/it will disjoin
we will disjoin
you will disjoin
they will disjoin
Future Perfect
I will have disjoined
you will have disjoined
he/she/it will have disjoined
we will have disjoined
you will have disjoined
they will have disjoined
Future Continuous
I will be disjoining
you will be disjoining
he/she/it will be disjoining
we will be disjoining
you will be disjoining
they will be disjoining
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been disjoining
you have been disjoining
he/she/it has been disjoining
we have been disjoining
you have been disjoining
they have been disjoining
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been disjoining
you will have been disjoining
he/she/it will have been disjoining
we will have been disjoining
you will have been disjoining
they will have been disjoining
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been disjoining
you had been disjoining
he/she/it had been disjoining
we had been disjoining
you had been disjoining
they had been disjoining
Conditional
I would disjoin
you would disjoin
he/she/it would disjoin
we would disjoin
you would disjoin
they would disjoin
Past Conditional
I would have disjoined
you would have disjoined
he/she/it would have disjoined
we would have disjoined
you would have disjoined
they would have disjoined
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.disjoin - make disjoint, separated, or disconnected; undo the joining of
disunite, separate, part, divide - force, take, or pull apart; "He separated the fighting children"; "Moses parted the Red Sea"
bring together, join - cause to become joined or linked; "join these two parts so that they fit together"
2.disjoin - become separated, disconnected or disjoint
divide, part, separate - come apart; "The two pieces that we had glued separated"
conjoin, join - make contact or come together; "The two roads join here"

disjoin

verb
To become or cause to become apart one from another:
Idioms: part company, set at odds.
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