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decouple

verb de·cou·ple \(ˌ)dē-ˈkə-pəl\

Definition of DECOUPLE

transitive verb
:  to eliminate the interrelationship of :  separate

Examples of DECOUPLE

  1. <to have a fruitful discussion, we need to decouple fact from opinion>

First Known Use of DECOUPLE

1938

Rhymes with DECOUPLE

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