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
The back of the case can detach to become a tray that can be used for serving or for collecting water from drying dishes.
Then the fight turned physical — and ended with the customer biting into the male owner’s ear and detaching part of it, WXYZ reports.
During a normal launch, Cosmic Girl will ascend to 35,000 feet, at which point Launcher One will detach from its left wing and begin its climb to orbit.
Olthius envisions cities with floating office buildings that can be detached and rearranged as needed.
Anderson bit the owner on the ear, detaching part of it, as she was being pushed out the door, according to the paper.
Dozens of people were stranded Sunday night after a severe storm detached two docks at a Lake Lanier marina.
Last summer’s news that a behemoth iceberg detached from one of Antarctica’s largest floating ice shelves has sparked a sense of urgency among tourists eager to check the continent off their travel bucket lists.
Minutes into the period Taufete'e detached from the pack and bulldozed his way through the defense.
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DETACH Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of detach for English Language Learners
: to separate (something) from something larger
: to separate (yourself) from someone or something
DETACH Defined for Kids
Definition of detach for Students
- The hood detaches from the jacket.
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