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dis·as·so·ci·ate

 (dĭs′ə-sō′sē-āt′, -shē-)
tr.v. dis·as·so·ci·at·ed, dis·as·so·ci·at·ing, dis·as·so·ci·ates
To remove from association; dissociate.

dis′as·so′ci·a′tion n.

disassociate

(ˌdɪsəˈsəʊʃɪˌeɪt)
vb
a less common word for dissociate
ˌdisasˌsociˈation n

dis•as•so•ci•ate

(ˌdɪs əˈsoʊ ʃiˌeɪt, -si-)

v.t. -at•ed, -at•ing.
to dissociate.
[1595–1605]
dis`as•so`ci•a′tion, n.

disassociate


Past participle: disassociated
Gerund: disassociating

Imperative
disassociate
disassociate
Present
I disassociate
you disassociate
he/she/it disassociates
we disassociate
you disassociate
they disassociate
Preterite
I disassociated
you disassociated
he/she/it disassociated
we disassociated
you disassociated
they disassociated
Present Continuous
I am disassociating
you are disassociating
he/she/it is disassociating
we are disassociating
you are disassociating
they are disassociating
Present Perfect
I have disassociated
you have disassociated
he/she/it has disassociated
we have disassociated
you have disassociated
they have disassociated
Past Continuous
I was disassociating
you were disassociating
he/she/it was disassociating
we were disassociating
you were disassociating
they were disassociating
Past Perfect
I had disassociated
you had disassociated
he/she/it had disassociated
we had disassociated
you had disassociated
they had disassociated
Future
I will disassociate
you will disassociate
he/she/it will disassociate
we will disassociate
you will disassociate
they will disassociate
Future Perfect
I will have disassociated
you will have disassociated
he/she/it will have disassociated
we will have disassociated
you will have disassociated
they will have disassociated
Future Continuous
I will be disassociating
you will be disassociating
he/she/it will be disassociating
we will be disassociating
you will be disassociating
they will be disassociating
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been disassociating
you have been disassociating
he/she/it has been disassociating
we have been disassociating
you have been disassociating
they have been disassociating
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been disassociating
you will have been disassociating
he/she/it will have been disassociating
we will have been disassociating
you will have been disassociating
they will have been disassociating
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been disassociating
you had been disassociating
he/she/it had been disassociating
we had been disassociating
you had been disassociating
they had been disassociating
Conditional
I would disassociate
you would disassociate
he/she/it would disassociate
we would disassociate
you would disassociate
they would disassociate
Past Conditional
I would have disassociated
you would have disassociated
he/she/it would have disassociated
we would have disassociated
you would have disassociated
they would have disassociated
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.disassociate - part; cease or break association with; "She disassociated herself from the organization when she found out the identity of the president"
break up, part, split, split up, separate, break - discontinue an association or relation; go different ways; "The business partners broke over a tax question"; "The couple separated after 25 years of marriage"; "My friend and I split up"

disassociate

verb
To remove from association with:
Translations

disassociate

[ˌdɪsəˈsəʊʃieɪt] vt (= distance) to disassociate o.s. from sth/sb → se dissocier de qch/qn
to disassociate sth from sth → dissocier qch de qch
References in classic literature ?
The respite my unexpected agility had given me permitted me to formulate plans for the immediate future and to note more closely the appearance of the warriors, for I could not disassociate these people in my mind from those other warriors who, only the day before, had been pursuing me.
In this discourse, Nietzsche disassociates himself finally from the higher men, and by the symbol of the lion, wishes to convey to us that he has won over and mastered the best and the most terrible in nature.
He added that PML-N leader Maryam Nawaz had also tried to disassociate herself from the video and said that she had not seen the "objectionable video".
She stated that she 'would like to disassociate' herself from the couple's breakup and that 'their issues are entirely their own.'
GERRY Adams has repeated his denial he was a member of the IRA, but vowed never to disassociate himself from the organisation.
"Note that you are advised to disassociate yourself from club activities until the club completes further investigations," part of the letter said.
Menon said the company will disassociate itself from Bahrain and Oman.
The Bauchi State Speaker of NCYDAN according to the release condemns and disassociate itself from the said endorsement as such doesn't confirm or Carry the views of Christians majority in the state, and by extension Stated that CAN or Christianity is not a Political Organisation.
"When we do collect data, we're transparent about it and work to disassociate it from the user...The customer is not our product, and our business model does not depend on collecting vast amounts of personally identifiable information to enrich targeted profiles marketed to advertising." [Reference Link]:[https://www.cnet.com/news/apple-responds-to-letter-from-congress-on-data-security-and-privacy/?ftag=COS-05-10aaa0b&linkId=55268712]
However, while DCBC Executive Director Robert Cochran had earlier emphasized that the DCBC "has not affirmed, approved, or endorsed homosexual behavior in any way at any time," and that it "respects the official statements" on homosexuality by the SBC, he made it clear that his group had "no plans to disassociate" with Calvary Baptist Church, and had not discussed "the issue of homosexuality" with Calvary Baptist leadership.
Both the parties decided to disassociate the leadership based in London but the alliance was not lasted more than 24 hours.
We must disassociate ourselves from remarks made by one of our officers who did not speak on behalf of the executive.