Examples of detach in a Sentence
Detach the upper part of the form and return it with your payment.
During the accident the trailer was detached from the car.
The brush detaches from the vacuum cleaner for easy cleaning.
It can be difficult to detach yourself from the chaos of the situation.
She has been trying to detach herself from an abusive relationship.
Recent Examples of detach from the Web
Six months later, Huygens detached from Cassini and successfully parachuted onto the giant moon Titan.
Hungry to remove the stain of being labeled a bust, Stalley detached himself from MMG and Atlantic Records to test the waters on the independent circuit.
As Cooper reaches for it Kellywise bites down hard on his hand, which detaches from his body.
An admirer of Jean-Luc Godard’s detached, cerebral cinema, Widerberg seems in retrospect to have had more in common with the humanism of François Truffaut.
Dickson – on the field, but split running back Christian McCaffrey slot right and detached Dickson from the line of scrimmage on the same side.
Eric was involved enough in the drama to get the facts but detached enough to write about it.
As the babies watched, Leonard tried to retrieve a toy from a container, and detach some keys from a carabiner, narrating her efforts along the way.
Scottish farmers have deployed a device known as a Thermolicer to warm the water and detach the lice from fish.
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Origin and Etymology of detach
First Known Use: 1686See Words from the same year
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