disjoins (third person present) · disjoined (past tense) · disjoined (past participle) · disjoining (present participle)
  1. separate or disunite.
    "they asked that their parish be disjoined from Lewis and added to Harris"
    unfasten · unbutton · unhook · untie · unlace · unbind · unfetter · unshackle · unmanacle · unbridle · unlock · unbolt · uncouple · unhitch · unlink · unclick · loosen ·
    loose · disentangle · disentwine · extricate · release · detach · free · set free · liberate · open · unseal · unwrap · let out · disconnect · disjoin · disengage · disunite · separate
    fasten · do up
late Middle English: from Old French desjoindre, from Latin disjungere, from dis- (expressing reversal) + jungere ‘to join’.
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Laguages Translations
Bangla বিশ্লিষ্ট
Bosnian (Latin) razdvojiti
Bulgarian отделям
Cantonese (Traditional) 分離
Catalan separar
Chinese Simplified 分离
Chinese Traditional 分離
Croatian razdvojiti
Danish udskille
Dutch Meld
Finnish irrottaa
French disjoindre
German trennen
Hindi वियोजना
Hungarian középpárlatról
Icelandic disjoin í
Japanese 分離
Kiswahili kung'oa
Korean 취소
Latvian atdalīt
Lithuanian iš šaldytuvo
Malay (Latin) terputus dari
Polish odłączenie
Portuguese (NOUN)desunir
Querétaro Otomi retirar
Romanian imprastia
Russian дизъюнкцию
Serbian (Cyrillic) раздвојити
Serbian (Latin) razdvojiti
Slovak oddelení
Slovenian razdelite
Spanish retirar
Swedish avskilja
Telugu అవిచేరని
Urdu چیرنا
Welsh ddatgysylltu'r
Yucatec Maya Ka tselik yóok'ol
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