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Synonyms for detach

detach yourself from something

Synonyms

  • distance yourself from
  • disengage yourself from
  • remove yourself from
  • separate yourself from
  • liberate yourself from
  • disconnect yourself from
  • disentangle yourself from

Synonyms for detach

to separate one thing from another thing

to become or cause to become apart one from another

to remove from association with

Synonyms for detach

cause to become detached or separated

separate (a small unit) from a larger, especially for a special assignment

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Type of property/price: 4 bed detached from pounds 90,950 5 bed detached from pounds 99,950.
Type of property/price: 3 bed detached from pounds 72,000, 4 bed detached from pounds 82,500.
Type of property/price: 3 bed detached from pounds 75,200, 4 bed detached from pounds 82,500.
Type of property/price: 2 bed terraced - TBA, 3 bed detached - TBA, 4 bed detached from pounds 86,750.
Type of property/price: 5 bed detached from pounds 209,950.
brokerage house to receive the warrants detached from series II notes (the "Applications") ended on May 13, 2003.
They become detached from the common shares and become immediately exercisable after any person or group of persons becomes the beneficial owner of 15 percent or more of the common shares or 10 days after any person or group of persons publicly announces a tender or exchange offer that would result in that same beneficial ownership level.
The distribution of rights will be made to common stockholders of record on June 13, 1997, and common shares that are newly issued after that date will also carry rights until the rights become detached from the common shares.
In addition, the rights will be issued along with any common shares that are newly issued following the rights becoming detached from the common shares but prior to the expiration of the rights pursuant to (i) the exercise of stock options, (ii) any employee plan or arrangement, (iii) upon the exercise, conversion or exchange of securities, notes or debentures issued by the company, or (iv) a contractual obligation of the company, in each case existing prior to the rights becoming detached from the common shares.