Definition of disaggregate in English:

disaggregate

Syllabification: dis·ag·gre·gate
Pronunciation: /disˈaɡriɡāt
 
/

verb

[with object]
Separate (something) into its component parts: a method for disaggregating cells
More example sentences
  • It would help the dialogue process to disaggregate the agreed agenda and discuss each item separately.
  • By disaggregating applications into their constituent components of services, scheduling can become much more dynamic and load balancing more effective.
  • I could visualize, for example, abandonment of tightly-knit statements of financial position and income in favour of a more disaggregated set of statements, each focusing on a separate aspect of entity activity.

Derivatives

disaggregation

Pronunciation: /-ˌaɡriˈɡāSHən/
noun
More example sentences
  • That disaggregation permits the creation of a wide range of new forms of governance, including relationships between national and international courts, that will be the backbone of a genuinely global justice system.
  • But lately, thanks to the proliferation of new cable channels and the rise of digital and wireless technology, the disaggregation of the old mass audience has taken on a furious momentum.
  • Where there are clear regional majorities of like-minded people who feel they share a common tradition or interest this can already be reflected in appropriate disaggregation of local government.

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