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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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Last Tuesday, I launched our Youth Engagement and Progression Framework Implementation Plan which marks a real shift in the way we will identify, support and meet the needs of those most at risk of disengaging.
We have joint aims in terms of disengaging Lebanon from regional conflicts," Marouni said.
Fewer hours, more vacation time, and flextime cannot fully offset the negative effects of a disengaging workplace on wellbeing," Harter says.
He is disengaging himself from the whole ritual, going through the motions.
Employees whose work or workplace is less engaging or disengaging experience a significant downgrade in mood going from weekends to weekdays.
Summary: Thousands of five-year-old children are already at severe risk of disengaging from education when they start school, says a new report.
As Clinton notes, boys and men are disengaging from various social institutions, including education.
By engaging or disengaging with a series of landed walls, the amphitheatre--the space for communal dialogue and shared experience--will be able to respond to unpredictable British summer weather, which ceremonially took Siza and de Moura's pavilion by storm last year as the rain poured in on opening night.
The fastening panel members are arranged so that even if one of the spaced apart fastening panel members is inadvertently disengaged from the fastening region with a disengaging force, the other one is unaffected and remains in contact with the fastening region.
The process of disengaging largely resulted in sales of stocks and bonds, with the proceeds placed in short-term debt instruments whose prices tend to be more stable.