Synonyms of 'dislocate'
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If you disconnect something from something else, you separate the two things.
He disconnected the bottle from the overhead hook.
If someone or something disrupts an event, system, or process, they cause difficulties that prevent it from continuing or operating in a normal way.
The drought has disrupted agricultural production.
Thesaurus for dislocate from the Collins English Thesaurus
If you dislocate a bone or joint in your body, or in someone else's body, it moves out of its proper position in relation to other bones, usually in an accident .