Translation of desconectar in English:
verbo transitivo/transitive verb
- [alarma/teléfono] to disconnect desconectaron la calefacción antes de irse they switched o/or turned the heating off before leaving desconectar algo
dealgo to disconnect sth fromsth tienes que desconectarlo de la red you have to disconnect it from the mains supply
verbo intransitivo/intransitive verb
verbo pronominal/pronominal verb (desconectarse)
- 1.1 [aparato] to switch o/or turn off la fotocopiadora se desconecta automáticamente the photocopier switches o/or turns (itself) off automatically 1.2 [Informática/Computing] to hang up 1.3 [persona]desconectarse
dealgo/algn se ha desconectado totalmente del mundo académico he is totally cut off from o/or has lost touch with the academic world (voluntariamente) he has severed all ties with o/or 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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