Antonyms for disconnect
|Grammar : Verb|
|Spell : dis-kuh-nekt|
|Phonetic Transcription : ˌdɪs kəˈnɛkt|
Definition of disconnectOrigin :
- 1770; see dis- + connect. Perhaps a back-formation from disconnection. Related: Disconnected; disconnecting.
- verb take apart; uncouple
- Disconnect from the starting switch the cable that goes to the battery.
- Extract from : « The Automobile Storage Battery » by O. A. Witte
- We disconnect the Subterro anti-bends kimonos and peel them off.
- Extract from : « Operation Earthworm » by Joe Archibald
- If not, disconnect the ground wire and examine all connections.
- Extract from : « Common Science » by Carleton W. Washburne
- Even without my coming, they had planned to disconnect from De Boer.
- Extract from : « Astounding Stories of Super-Science, October, 1930 » by Various
- He tried to disconnect and isolate their words, but they all seemed to run together.
- Extract from : « Despair's Last Journey » by David Christie Murray
- When the tower acknowledged, he began to disconnect himself from the ship.
- Extract from : « Pushbutton War » by Joseph P. Martino
- Nothing more, Max, go to the kitchen and disconnect until you hear from us.
- Extract from : « Cerebrum » by Albert Teichner
- It was impossible to disconnect the two; coincidences of that sort did not happen.
- Extract from : « The Angel of Pain » by E. F. Benson
- To disconnect it, a comma precedes it; and one follows it to disconnect it from what follows.
- Extract from : « Why We Punctuate » by William Livingston Klein
- The want of gardens seemed to disconnect them strangely from the soil on which they stood.
- Extract from : « The Days of My Life » by Mrs. Oliphant
Synonyms for disconnect
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