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dis·con·nect

 (dĭs′kə-nĕkt′)
v. dis·con·nect·ed, dis·con·nect·ing, dis·con·nects
v.tr.
1. To sever or interrupt the connection of or between: disconnected the hose.
2. Electricity To shut off the current in (an appliance) by removing its connection to a power source.
v.intr.
To sever or interrupt a connection.
n. (dĭs′kə-nĕkt′)
A lack of connection; a disparity: "There is a cosmic disconnect between what the voters want and what the party of the corporate interests can give them" (Bob Herbert).

dis′con·nec′tion n.

disconnect

(ˌdɪskəˈnɛkt)
vb
(tr) to undo or break the connection of or between (something, such as a plug and a socket)
n
a lack of a connection; disconnection: a disconnect between political discourse and the public.
ˌdisconˈnecter n
ˌdisconˈnection, ˌdisconˈnexion n
ˌdisconˈnective adj

dis•con•nect

(ˌdɪs kəˈnɛkt)

v.t.
1. to sever or interrupt the connection of or between.
v.i.
2. to sever a connection.
n.
3. an act or instance of disconnecting, as telephone service.
4. a lack of communication or agreement: a disconnect between voters and politicians on important issues.
[1760–70]
dis`con•nect′er, n.
dis`con•nec′tion (-ʃən) n.

disconnect


Past participle: disconnected
Gerund: disconnecting

Imperative
disconnect
disconnect
Present
I disconnect
you disconnect
he/she/it disconnects
we disconnect
you disconnect
they disconnect
Preterite
I disconnected
you disconnected
he/she/it disconnected
we disconnected
you disconnected
they disconnected
Present Continuous
I am disconnecting
you are disconnecting
he/she/it is disconnecting
we are disconnecting
you are disconnecting
they are disconnecting
Present Perfect
I have disconnected
you have disconnected
he/she/it has disconnected
we have disconnected
you have disconnected
they have disconnected
Past Continuous
I was disconnecting
you were disconnecting
he/she/it was disconnecting
we were disconnecting
you were disconnecting
they were disconnecting
Past Perfect
I had disconnected
you had disconnected
he/she/it had disconnected
we had disconnected
you had disconnected
they had disconnected
Future
I will disconnect
you will disconnect
he/she/it will disconnect
we will disconnect
you will disconnect
they will disconnect
Future Perfect
I will have disconnected
you will have disconnected
he/she/it will have disconnected
we will have disconnected
you will have disconnected
they will have disconnected
Future Continuous
I will be disconnecting
you will be disconnecting
he/she/it will be disconnecting
we will be disconnecting
you will be disconnecting
they will be disconnecting
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been disconnecting
you have been disconnecting
he/she/it has been disconnecting
we have been disconnecting
you have been disconnecting
they have been disconnecting
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been disconnecting
you will have been disconnecting
he/she/it will have been disconnecting
we will have been disconnecting
you will have been disconnecting
they will have been disconnecting
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been disconnecting
you had been disconnecting
he/she/it had been disconnecting
we had been disconnecting
you had been disconnecting
they had been disconnecting
Conditional
I would disconnect
you would disconnect
he/she/it would disconnect
we would disconnect
you would disconnect
they would disconnect
Past Conditional
I would have disconnected
you would have disconnected
he/she/it would have disconnected
we would have disconnected
you would have disconnected
they would have disconnected
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.disconnect - an unbridgeable disparity (as from a failure of understanding); "he felt a gulf between himself and his former friends"; "there is a vast disconnect between public opinion and federal policy"
disparity - inequality or difference in some respect
Verb1.disconnect - pull the plug of (electrical appliances) and render inoperabledisconnect - pull the plug of (electrical appliances) and render inoperable; "unplug the hair dryer after using it"
undo - cancel, annul, or reverse an action or its effect; "I wish I could undo my actions"
2.disconnect - make disconnected, disjoin or unfasten
decouple, uncouple - disconnect or separate; "uncouple the hounds"
detach - cause to become detached or separated; take off; "detach the skin from the chicken before you eat it"
disunite, separate, part, divide - force, take, or pull apart; "He separated the fighting children"; "Moses parted the Red Sea"
connect, link, link up, tie - connect, fasten, or put together two or more pieces; "Can you connect the two loudspeakers?"; "Tie the ropes together"; "Link arms"

disconnect

verb
1. deactivate, shut down, turn off, switch off, close or shut off The device automatically disconnects the ignition.
2. cut off, stop The company has disconnected our electricity for non-payment.
3. detach, separate, undo, part, divide, sever, disengage, take apart, unhook, unfasten, uncouple, unhitch He disconnected the bottle from the overhead hook.
4. break off, suspend, interrupt, terminate The call was disconnected.

disconnect

verb
To separate one thing from another thing:
Translations
يَفْصِلُيَقْطَع الإتصال، يَفْصِل
odpojit
afbrydelukke foradskille
irrottaa toisistaankatkos
isključiti
aftengja
接続を断つ
분리하다
atjungimasatjungti
atšķirtatvienot
odpojiť
odklopiti
avbryta
ตัดขาดจากกัน
ngắt ra

disconnect

[ˌdɪskəˈnekt] VT
1. (gen) → desconectar
2. (Telec) I've been disconnected (for non-payment) → me han cortado el teléfono or la línea (por no pagar); (in mid-conversation) → se ha cortado

disconnect

[ˌdɪskəˈnɛkt] vt
[+ electrical appliance] → débrancher; [+ pipe, hose] → décrocher
(= cut off) [+ gas, water] → couper; [+ telephone] → couper
to be disconnected (for non-payment of phone bill)
We've been disconnected → On nous a coupé la ligne., On nous a coupé le téléphone.; (for non-payment of gas)
We've been disconnected → On nous a coupé le gaz.; (for non-payment of electricity)
We've been disconnected → On nous a coupé l'électricité.; (during telephone call)
We've been disconnected → Nous avons été coupé.

disconnect

vt pipe etctrennen; (Comput) modem, network drive etcVerbindung zum/zur... trennen; TV, ironausschalten; (= cut off supply of) gas, electricityabstellen; to disconnect a call (Telec) → ein Gespräch unterbrechen; I’ve been disconnected (for nonpayment) → man hat mir das Telefon/den Strom/das Gas etc abgestellt

disconnect

[ˈdɪskəˈnɛkt] vt (pipe, television) → staccare; (electricity, gas, water) → sospendere (l'erogazione di)
I've been disconnected (Telec) (for non-payment) → mi hanno staccato il telefono (in mid-conversation) → è caduta la linea, si è interrotta la comunicazione

disconnect

(diskəˈnekt) verb
to separate; to break the connection (especially electrical) with. Our phone has been disconnected.
ˌdisconˈnection (-ʃən) noun

disconnect

يَفْصِلُ odpojit afbryde trennen αποσυνδέω desconectar irrottaa toisistaan déconnecter isključiti sconnettere 接続を断つ 분리하다 afsluiten kople ut rozłączyć desconectar, desligar разъединять avbryta ตัดขาดจากกัน kesilmek ngắt ra 脱开

disconnect

v. desconectar, desunir, quitar la conexión; separar.
References in classic literature ?
Disconnect me in your mind at once from all philanthropic notions!
To me this vast ivory-ribbed chest, with the long, unrelieved spine, extending far away from it in a straight line, not a little resembled the hull of a great ship new-laid upon the stocks, when only some twenty of her naked bow-ribs are inserted, and the keel is otherwise, for the time, but a long, disconnected timber.
I also had a disconnected impression of a dark face, with extraordinary eyes, close to mine; but that I thought was a nightmare, until I met it again.
Berg and Vera could not repress their smiles of satisfaction at the sight of all this movement in their drawing room, at the sound of the disconnected talk, the rustling of dresses, and the bowing and scraping.
There he sees the cable ranged, the windlass disconnected, the compressors opened; and there, after giving his own last order, "Stand clear of the cable!" he waits attentive, in a silent ship that forges slowly ahead towards her picked-out berth, for the sharp shout from aft, "Let go!" Instantly bending over, he sees the trusty iron fall with a heavy plunge under his eyes, which watch and note whether it has gone clear.
Notwithstanding the little readiness which his companion had shown in answering his questions concerning his fate, he ventured once more to ask the meaning of all this bustle, which at first sight seemed to be utterly disconnected with his own affairs.
The consequence was, that after a flying transit through part of France and part of Italy, I came back nearly as ignorant as I went, having made no acquaintance with persons and manners, and very little with things, my head swarming with a motley confusion of objects and scenes; some, it is true, leaving a deeper and more pleasing impression than others, but these embittered by the recollection that my emotions had not been shared by my companion, but that, on the contrary, when I had expressed a particular interest in anything that I saw or desired to see, it had been displeasing to him, inasmuch as it proved that I could take delight in anything disconnected with himself.
It appeared to us a land without memories, regrets, and hopes; a land where nothing could survive the coming of the night, and where each sunrise, like a dazzling act of special creation, was disconnected from the eve and the morrow.
The impression was completely disconnected; and such is the force of mental habit that Mrs Verloc at once and automatically asked herself: "And what of Stevie?"
He spoke these disconnected sentences rather abruptly, with his eyes alternately upon the moon and upon the stream.
The conversation, beginning with a few disconnected phrases, soon gave place to loud and steady snores.
I wandered in it, pitching the tabernacle of my thoughts on the lining of the square family-pew, the fidgets of my small brothers, and the horror of knowing that, on the Monday, I should have to write out, from memory, jottings of the rambling disconnected extempore sermon, which might have had any text but its own, and to stand or fall by the result.