Definición de disconnect en inglés:

disconnect

Saltos de línea: dis|con¦nect
Pronunciación: /dɪskəˈnɛkt
 
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verbo

[with object]
  • 1Break the connection of or between: if the axle unit is partially disconnected from the body, the car should not be driven
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    • For a comedian, her intensity is almost humourless, like she's partially disconnected, operating on a slightly different plane.
    • In addition, fire hoses in the residence hall were disconnected and partially dismantled because the equipment was outdated.
    • The people who are involved in this operation are under investigation by council officials and will be required to disconnect their illegal connections or face prosecution.
    Sinónimos
    detach, disengage, uncouple, decouple, unhook, unhitch, unlink, undo, unfasten, unyoke, disarticulate
    rare disjoin, disunite
    separate, cut off, divorce, sever, isolate, divide, part, disengage, delink, dissociate, remove
    rare dissever
  • 1.1Put (an electrical device) out of action by detaching it from a power supply: he disconnected the main power cables from the batteries
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    • If your aircraft is intact after an event, and you need the data from the device, remove or disconnect the power plugs before applying any electrical power to the aircraft.
    • The occupant was evacuated while electrical engineers disconnected the power, allowing the firefighters to enter.
    • The circulating nurse covers the patient with warm blankets and works with the anesthesia care provider to disconnect the monitoring devices.
    Sinónimos
  • 1.2Interrupt or terminate (a telephone conversation) by breaking the connection: I phoned them in Edinburgh but we got disconnected
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    • The mystery caller abruptly disconnected their conversation.
    • With a click, Haley disconnected herself from the conversation.
    • Ford disconnected the telephone line and reactivated the radio link.
    Sinónimos
    terminate, stop, discontinue, break off; interrupt, suspend
  • 1.3Terminate the connection of (a household) to water, electricity, gas, or telephone, typically because of non-payment of bills: if customers agree a payment plan, they will not be disconnected
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    • In 1994 12, 500 households were disconnected from water supplies because they couldn't pay.
    • Hundreds of thousands of customers have been disconnected for non-payment of bills, something that was illegal before privatisation.
    • The corporatisation of basic services has meant that millions have been disconnected from water and electricity.

sustantivo

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  • 1An instance of disconnecting or being disconnected: [as modifier]: a disconnect message
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    • In this case, using the soft option is better; the disconnect message will appear on the screen and the operation will be canceled.
    • If you need absolutely secure disconnects from the Internet without shutting down your computer, try this application.
    • When this code boots, the USRP simulates a USB disconnect and reconnect.
  • 1.1A discrepancy or lack of connection: there can be a disconnect between boardrooms and IT departments when it comes to technology
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    • There are connects and disconnects between those of us who want peace.
    • My original gripe was with the lack of diversity and the total disconnect of the media with its public.
    • I guess I felt a general disconnect with life and with myself around that time.

Derivativos

disconnection

(also disconnexion) sustantivo
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • I'm just comfortable with the illusions of separateness and disconnection that the headphones provide.
  • The inspector should also check chimneys and flues for blockages, corrosion, partial and complete disconnections, and loose connections.
  • Although a number of hotels currently offer this type of internet connection as well, you will frequently find that occasional fees and disconnections may occur.

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