• (verb) IPA: /dɪskəˈnɛkt/
  • (noun) IPA: /dɪskəˈnɛkt/, /ˈdɪskənɛkt/

disconnect (disconnects, present participle disconnecting; past and past participle disconnected)

  1. (transitive) To sever or interrupt a connection.
  2. (intransitive) Of a person, to become detached or withdrawn.
  3. (transitive) To remove the connection between an appliance and an electrical power source.
  • German: ausblenden aus
  • Russian: отключа́ть
  • Spanish: desconectar

disconnect (plural disconnects)

  1. A break or interruption in an existing connection, continuum, or process; disconnection.
  2. A switch used to isolate a portion of an electrical circuit.
  3. A lack of connection or accord; a mismatch.
    There's a disconnect between what they think is happening and what is really going on.
    • 2012 October 23, David Leonhardt, "," New York Times (retrieved 24 October 2012):
      Some of the disconnect between the economy’s problems and the solutions offered by Washington stem from the nature of the current political debate.
  4. (Scientology) The deliberate severing of ties with family, friends, etc. considered antagonistic towards Scientology.
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