Definition of disaggregate
: to separate into component parts disaggregate sandstone disaggregate demographic data
: to break up or apart the molecules of a gel disaggregate to form a sol
disaggregationplay \(ˌ)dis-ˌa-gri-ˈgā-shən\ noun
disaggregativeplay \(ˌ)dis-ˈa-gri-ˌgā-tiv\ adjective
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The paper excluded a number of larger Seattle businesses from its analysis, for one, and could not cleanly disaggregate whether the changes in the structure of the labor market were due to the booming local economy or to the minimum-wage hike.
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Medical Definition of disaggregate
transitive verb: to separate into component parts disaggregate polyribosomes
intransitive verb: to break up or apart the molecules of a gel disaggregate to form a sol
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