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Translation of desconectar in English:

verbo transitivo

verbo intransitivo

  • 2 [familiar] (durante discusión, conversación)
    to switch o turn off

also: desconectarse verbo pronominal

  • 1.1
    to switch o turn off
    la fotocopiadora se desconecta automáticamente
    the photocopier switches o turns (itself) off automatically
    1.3 (persona)desconectarse de algo/alguien se ha desconectado totalmente del mundo académico
    he is totally cut off from o has lost touch with the academic world
    he has severed all ties with o has cut himself off completely from the academic world
    me había desconectado de mis antiguas amistades
    I'd lost touch with my old friends
    está desconectado de la realidad
    he's lost touch with reality

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