disconnect[ dis-kuh-nekt ]SEE DEFINITION OF disconnect
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DISCONNECT
Disconnect from the starting switch the cable that goes to the battery.
We disconnect the Subterro anti-bends kimonos and peel them off.
If not, disconnect the ground wire and examine all connections.
Even without my coming, they had planned to disconnect from De Boer.
He tried to disconnect and isolate their words, but they all seemed to run together.
When the tower acknowledged, he began to disconnect himself from the ship.
Nothing more, Max, go to the kitchen and disconnect until you hear from us.
It was impossible to disconnect the two; coincidences of that sort did not happen.
To disconnect it, a comma precedes it; and one follows it to disconnect it from what follows.
The want of gardens seemed to disconnect them strangely from the soil on which they stood.