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verb [with object]
break the connection of or between:take all violence out of television drama and you disconnect it from reality take (an electrical device) out of action by detaching it from a power supply. interrupt or terminate (a telephone conversation) by breaking the connection:that might explain why her call got disconnected mid-expletive terminate the connection of (a household) to water, electricity, gas, or telephone, typically because of nonpayment of bills.
a discrepancy or lack of connection:there can be a disconnect between boardrooms and IT departments when it comes to technology