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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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We agreed that LR had the knowledge and expertise to create a specific scheme for accredited entities to carry out disconnection and metering activities.
Similar to the recent run of disconnections set to go into effect later this year, Verizon is specifically targeting users in rural areas-people who may rely more on their mobile network if their home is unable to receive a broadband internet connection.
Disconnections in relationships are common and occur in small and large ways.
Npower accounted for nearly half of all leccy disconnections - up 62per cent - and a third of all gas disconnections.
Although rare, power disconnections to these areas can have as serious an impact as they would for individual apartments and houses.
According to this approach, routine disconnections or everyday, normal ruptures exist in relationships and are products of living.
A spokesman for industry regulator Ofgem said: "We continue to press all suppliers to step up their efforts to help customers - particularly vulnerable consumers - to manage their bills and avoid disconnections.
There are disconnections between regions of the country, between generations, between older and younger people, between traditional and contemporary visions and values and styles.
This model, the U-MFTG (Unity Multifamily Therapy Group), practiced at Unity Health System in Rochester, NY, is specifically informed by a psychology of women, as it is heavily based on the importance of promoting mutual relationships in recovery and on understanding the role of disconnections (from the self and others) in the etiology and maintenance of eating disorders (Gilligan, 1982; Miller & Stiver, 1997; Tantillo, 2000, 2003, 2004).
However, National Grid claims the council does not always follow the correct procedure for requesting disconnections, which causes delays.
A council spokesman said: "Much planned demolition still on hold, because we're waiting for disconnections.
If the assembly or use of the product would benefit from repeated connections and disconnections, a coupling should be considered.
Mobile clients in wireless environments suffer from scarce bandwidth, low-quality communication, frequent network disconnections (either volunteer or involunteer), and limited local resources (computing power, battery, storage, display, etc).
Research by watchdog energywatch found 30 per cent of disconnections happen to the poorest 13 per cent of the population, and that the problem in the Welsh capital was particularly acute.