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WordNet 3.0Copyright Princeton University


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Part; To separate oneself from a person or situation;

Usage examples (29)
  • During the next four hours, she learned that she could leave her body, go somewhere else, totally disassociate from the pain and horror.
  • The online petition also urges Brown to "disassociate" the government with the pope's
  • In the past we have been forced to 'disassociate' all this content from its physical context.
  • People disassociate because it ` s so overcrowded. for more
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