disinvolve


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disinvolve

(ˌdɪsɪnˈvɒlv)
vb (tr)
to remove involvement or entanglement from
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Verb1.disinvolve - free from involvement or entanglement; "How can I disentangle myself from her personal affairs?"
discharge, free - free from obligations or duties
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disinvolve

verb
To free from an entanglement:
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This unfortunate attempt to disinvolve users may be rooted in good intentions, but ultimately it limits the systems' effectiveness by keeping ground truth out of the equation.
Typical comments include: "Allow more involvement in direction of work and intellectual input"; "He should involve us more -- the focus on the process can disinvolve the supporting cast"; "He is not always brilliant at communicating things he considers straightforward -- it may not be for the people he is asking"; "He is a surprisingly poor communicator of what's happening -- it can cause team members to lose time and become frustrated"; "He should reveal the inner workings of his mind a little more -- to let me fit my work into the whole picture".