Translation of disconnect in Spanish:

disconnect

Pronunciation: /ˌdɪskəˈnekt/

vt

  • desconectar I didn't pay my bills, so I was disconnected me cortaron el teléfono ( or el gas etc) por no pagar
    More example sentences
    • 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.

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