dissociate

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To separate compounds into simpler component parts, usually by applying heat or through electrolysis

We dissociated the lead iodide into its elements by heating.

To undergo dissociation
To part; to stop associating
To make unrelated; to sever a connection; to separate

A number of group members wish to dissociate themselves from the majority.

To cut off from association or society; to sever, disunite, sunder
If you dissociate yourself from something or someone, you say or show that you are not connected with them, usually in order to avoid trouble or blame. It is getting harder for the president to dissociate himself from the scandal
part; cease or break association with; "She disassociated herself from the organization when she found out the identity of the president"
Preferable to disassociate
{f} separate, cut off an association or connection
regard as unconnected; "you must dissociate these two events!"; "decouple our foreign policy from ideology"
To separate from fellowship or union; to disunite; to disjoin; as, to dissociate the particles of a concrete substance
to undergo a reversible or temporary breakdown of a molecule into simpler molecules or atoms; "acids dissociate to give hydrogen ions
If you dissociate one thing from another, you consider the two things as separate from each other, or you separate them. Almost the first lesson they learn is how to dissociate emotion from reason. = divorce + dissociation dis·so·cia·tion The war between the sexes should not result in their complete dissociation from one another
To part, to stop associating
to undergo a reversible or temporary breakdown of a molecule into simpler molecules or atoms; "acids dissociate to give hydrogen ions"
To make unrelated, to sever a connection, separate
-To separate all or part of one's consciousness from connection to the external environment; in DID the act of splitting one's mind into separate identities
dissociate oneself from
separate oneself from, break away from
disassociate
To separate oneself from a person or situation

After the scandal, the political party disassociated itself from the questionable candidate.

disassociate
To separate from related items

The fabric of the coat disassociated when I washed it.

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disassociate
{f} separate, sever, break oneself free from, cut off communication with
disassociate
part; cease or break association with; "She disassociated herself from the organization when she found out the identity of the president"
disassociate
To separate into smaller discrete units
disassociate
part; cease or break association with; "She disassociated herself from the organization when she found out the identity of the president
disassociate
To disconnect from things associated; to disunite; to dissociate
disassociate
If you disassociate yourself from something or someone, you say or show that you are not connected with them, usually in order to avoid trouble or blame. I wish to disassociate myself from this very sad decision = distance associate
disassociate
If you disassociate one group or thing from another, you separate them. an attempt by the president to disassociate the military from politics. another spelling of dissociate
dissociated
past of dissociate
dissociated
having had the relation broken
dissociates
Ionizes
dissociates
third-person singular of dissociate
dissociating
present participle of dissociate
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