disengage


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Synonyms for disengage

Synonyms for disengage

to separate one thing from another thing

to remove from association with

to free from an entanglement

Synonyms for disengage

release from something that holds fast, connects, or entangles

free or remove obstruction from

become free

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"I told the city two weeks ago our preference was to disengage," Wall said.
The prosecutors alleged that he applied excessive force to the control wheel which caused the autopilot to disengage and subsequently the sharp up and down motions of the nose.
Archbishop Gervais, speaking of involvement in politics, asked rhetorically, "Does the fear of being tainted permit us to disengage from politics?
The crucial first step is therefore to disengage management and the professional staff from the immediate conflict.
According to the retirement notice, the affected officers are to disengage from active service and proceed on three months pre-retirement leave, three months to the effective date of retirement.
THERE are many different reasons why young people disengage from education, but this isn't a process that happens overnight.
MECHANICS, WHEN YOU GET READY TO TOW A DISABLED STRYKER, MAKE SURE YOU DISENGAGE THE TRANSFER FIRST!
* Supports that are simple to disengage with 1 hand with an upward lifting motion, disengaging the catch and retracting the cover support.
Because it induces a cell to disengage from its surroundings and float freely, Twist lets nascent cells migrate.
recalled 72,000 Jeep Liberty vehicles where the driver's side knee blocker trim panel assembly could disengage, fall, and startle the operator, increasing the risk of a crash.
You'll notice it does not disengage after you highlight a range; it will remain in effect until you click on it again.
So the temptation for the American novelist is to disengage from society and from experience: it's cheaper, it fits better with the current idea of genius, it's easier on the legs, and it's a political-cultural role that seems to make sense, given the place the country makes for its serious writers.
He said these fast eyelid twitches disengage a person's focus of vision, so that it often moves down and away from the questioner.