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De-Tach

Pronunciation of De-Tach
/dətˈak/, /dətˈak/, /d_ə_t_ˈa_k/

Synonyms for de-tach:

abstract (verb)

detach, disconnect, extract, steal, take out.

break off (verb)

splinter, pull off.

crop (verb)

chop, clip, curtail, hew, lop, mow, pare, pollard, prune, reduce, shave, shear, shorten, skive, slash, snip, top, truncate, detruncate.

demarcate (verb)

delimit, mark off.

detach (verb)

abstract, disassemble, disassociate, disengage, disentangle, disjoin, dismount, dissociate, disunite, divide, divorce, free, isolate, loose, loosen, part, remove, segregate, separate, sever, sunder, take apart, tear off, uncouple, unfasten, unhitch, withdraw, Unfix, disaffiliate.

detail (verb)

allocate, appoint, charge, commission, delegate, send.

disconnect (verb)

dissever, sideline, cut off, drop it, break it off, break it up.

disengage (verb)

back off, back out, drop out, ease, extricate, liberate, opt out, pull the plug, release, set free, unbind, undo, unloose, untie, cut out, cut loose, weasel out.

disentangle (verb)

clear up, disembroil, disencumber, disinvolve, emancipate, expand, let go, open, resolve, simplify, sort out, unbraid, unfold, unravel, unscramble, unsnarl, untangle, untwine, untwist, work out, Discumber, let off, bail one out.

disintegrate (verb)

atomize, break apart, break down, come apart, crumble, decay, decline, decompose, degenerate, descend, dilapidate, disband, dismantle, disorganize, disperse, fade away, molder, pulverize, putrefy, rot, shatter, sink, spoil, taint, turn, wash away, wash out, wither, worsen, Deliquesce, Disimprove, break up, fall to pieces, turn to dust.

disjoin (verb)

luxate.

dismiss (verb)

abolish, banish, boot, bundle, cast out, chase, chuck, clear, deport, discard, dispatch, dispense with, dispose of, dissolve, drive out, eject, expel, force out, kick out, let out, lock out, outlaw, push aside, push back, reject, relegate, relinquish, repel, repudiate, rid, send packing, shed, supersede, sweep away, turn out, brush off, send off, cast off, do without, show out, slough off, have done with.

dissociate (verb)

alienate, break off, disrupt, distance, estrange, quit, scatter, set apart.

divert (verb)

deter, detract, discourage, dissuade, distract, disturb, draw away, get around, lead astray, sidetrack, stall, Disadvise, attract attention, bend the rules, catch flies, circumlocute, lead away, send on a wild-goose chase.

divide (verb)

bisect, branch, break, carve, cleave, cross, cut, demarcate, dichotomize, dislocate, dismember, dissect, halve, intersect, partition, pull away, quarter, rend, rupture, section, segment, split, subdivide, tear, Abscind, cut up.

extricate (verb)

bail out, deliver, difference, differentiate, disburden, disembarrass, pull out, rescue, get off the hook, get out from under, save one's neck, wriggle out of.

isolate (verb)

block off, close off, confine, insulate, island, keep apart, quarantine, seclude, sequester.

liberate (verb)

discharge, let loose, manumit, redeem, save, unchain, unhook, Unshackle, free up.

loose/loosen (verb)

alleviate, ease off, mitigate, relax, slacken, unbar, unbolt, unbuckle, unbutton, unclasp, unlace, unlash, unleash, unlock, unpin, unscrew, unstrap, Disenthrall, Unlatch, Unstick, Untighten, become unfastened, unsnap, work free, work loose.

loosen (verb)

lax.

part (verb)

articulate, factor, itemize, particularize, portion, slice, strip.

quarantine (verb)

cordon, restrict, seal off.

remove (verb)

amputate, carry away, carry off, cart off, clear away, delete, depose, dethrone, dig out, dislodge, dismiss, displace, do away with, doff, efface, eliminate, erase, evacuate, expunge, get rid of, junk, oust, purge, raise, rip out, ship, skim, strike out, take down, throw out, transfer, transport, unload, unseat, uproot, wipe out, tear out.

separate (verb)

come away, disjoint, distribute, split up, Uncombine, come between.

sever (verb)

rive, cut in two.

split up (verb)

group, rope off, sort, stand between, part company, go separate ways.

sunder (verb)

wedge apart.

unfasten (verb)

unloosen.

unhinge (verb)

fluster, unbalance, unsettle.

withdraw (verb)

abjure, blow, book, bow out, check out, depart, draw back, exit, fall back, get away, get off, give way, go, leave, phase out, pull back, quail, recede, recoil, retire, retreat, run along, secede, shrink, switch, take leave, vacate, take off, take away, ease out, keep aloof, seclude oneself, take a hike, get lost, exfiltrate, give ground, make oneself scarce, absent oneself.

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