Definition of decouple
: to eliminate the interrelationship of : separate
Examples of decouple in a Sentence
to have a fruitful discussion, we need to decouple fact from opinion
Recent Examples of decouple from the Web
Others in Israel want to change the game, decoupling a partition from agreement with the Palestinians.
The company finally wised up in February and decoupled the app from the game with a mea culpa patch.
From an engineer point of view what makes Amazon’s offerings, for instance the S3 storage service, compelling is that the services are completely decoupled from each other.
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