Definition of 'disengage'
Example sentences containing 'disengage'
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And the one extreme we need to avoid is to avoid being culturally removed, totally disengaged from the world. Christianity Today (2000)That this is based on a true story is perhaps more interesting than the film itself, which feels curiously disengaged from its characters. Times, Sunday Times (2011)
Trends of 'disengage'
Used Occasionally. disengage is one of the 30000 most commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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Translations for 'disengage'
British English: disengage VERB
If you disengage something, or if it disengages, it becomes separate from something which it has been attached to.
She disengaged the film advance mechanism on the camera.
Definition of disengage from the Collins English Dictionary
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