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v. un·cou·pled, un·cou·pling, un·cou·ples
1. To disconnect: uncouple railroad cars.
2. To set loose or release from a couple.
To come or break loose.

un·cou′pler n.
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Adj.1.uncoupled - having the coupling undoneuncoupled - having the coupling undone; "the uncoupled caboose rolled down the incline"
unconnected - not joined or linked together
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Summary: The actress said the pair 'consciously uncoupled over Christmas'
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When liquid is flowing, halves cannot be uncoupled without turning handles to closed position.
Nanomolar levels of this protein increase uncoupling protein 1 (UCP1) in cultures of primary white fat cells by 50 fold or more, resulting in very large increases in uncoupled respiration.
The modules, consisting of one cone and one ring, can be rotated to share an extruder or uncoupled and moved within the stack for use with another extruder.
Body temperature was elevated in the transgenic mice, suggesting uncoupled fatty acid oxidation of surplus fatty acids.
The Carmarthen Milk, as we called her, uncoupled the milk wagons at Cardiff for us to take them to Marshfield milk factory.