disconnection

[ dis-kuh-nek-shuh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF disconnection

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Antonyms: disconnection, detachment, isolation, incoherence.

Radical empiricism, on the contrary, is fair to both the unity and the disconnection.

At the moment of disconnection what appears to be a small cloud of steam issues from the joint.

The object of pins and washers is to secure an exact degree of fit and permit of rapid connection or disconnection.

This disconnection between the last two groups compels the reader to make the new grouping.

“To-morrow,” in those days of unreadiness and disconnection, glided just beyond reach continually.

Here you could see the Engineers in shirt and shorts trying to find a disconnection, or carrying a huge reel of wire.

In this case a set of valves or dampers permits the disconnection of the fan or its connection with the ash-pit.

The lighting of both lamps associated with a cord circuit is a signal to the operator for disconnection.

It remains now only to secure the disconnection of the subscribers after they are through talking.

WORD ORIGIN

1735, disconnexion; see dis- "not" + connection. Spelling disconnection attested from 1769.

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