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Synonyms for disconnect

Synonyms for disconnect

to separate one thing from another thing

Synonyms for disconnect

an unbridgeable disparity (as from a failure of understanding)

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pull the plug of (electrical appliances) and render inoperable

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make disconnected, disjoin or unfasten

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Disconnecting Russia from SWIFT can motivate a number of countries to create alternative payment systems, he noted.
Any residual load or pressure not removed by disconnecting the tow bar from the tow vehicle first means you add unnecessary and excessive force to disconnect the tow bar from the aircraft.
The first event we note is the autopilot disconnecting,'' Hallsaid in a briefing in Washington, flanked by officials of the Egyptian government and the airline.
Summary: JEDDAH: The Electricity and Co-generation Regulatory Authority (ECRA) is attempting to crack down on nonpaying customers by issuing new rules, including disconnecting power 30 days after issuing a warning printed on the electricity bill sent from the Saudi Electricity Company (SEC).
The process of disconnecting the connections of the defaulters is continuing and further water connections would be disconnected.
British Gas stopped disconnecting any customers at all at the end of 2003, although it warned Ofgem it may resume doing so after this year.
Disconnecting your air bag in a late-model car could be more dangerous than you think.
BOSTON -- According to the latest research from the Strategy Analytics Wireless Network Strategies service, one in five mobile phone owners in Western Europe would consider disconnecting their landline service.
The operation includes imposing heavy fines on people using illegal means to procure water, besides disconnecting illegal water connection.
With all the connecting and disconnecting, the adapters get plugged with dirt or damaged.
Stopping the doll's relentless chewing can be achieved by pulling on the toy's backpack, which houses the batteries, and disconnecting it from the body, the CPSC said.
The National Cyber Security Alliance (NCSA), a public-private partnership focused on promoting cyber security and safe behavior online, suggests disconnecting from the internet when not in use.
Current federal law bars auto dealership workers and other mechanics from disconnecting air bags, a rule that the Transportation Department now intends to relax, safety experts said.