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delink

Line breaks: de¦link
Pronunciation: /diːˈlɪŋk
 
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Definition of delink in English:

verb

[with object] (often as noun delinking)
Break the connection between (something) and something else: the possibility of delinking from the international economic system
More example sentences
  • Some would argue that this is an expression of an inexorable trend: the inherent tendency of silicon capitalism to delink the growth of production from that of employment.
  • By delinking the dollar from the gold standard and effectively devaluing it, the Nixon Administration hoped to steal a march on its rivals.
  • Here's another instance of economics being delinked from political developments.

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