disaggregate

verb
dis·​ag·​gre·​gate | \ (ˌ)dis-ˈa-gri-ˌgāt How to pronounce disaggregate (audio) \
disaggregated; disaggregating; disaggregates

Definition of disaggregate

transitive verb

: to separate into component parts disaggregate sandstone disaggregate demographic data

intransitive verb

: to break up or apart the molecules of a gel disaggregate to form a sol

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Other Words from disaggregate

disaggregation \ (ˌ)dis-​ˌa-​gri-​ˈgā-​shən How to pronounce disaggregation (audio) \ noun
disaggregative \ (ˌ)dis-​ˈa-​gri-​ˌgā-​tiv How to pronounce disaggregative (audio) \ adjective

Examples of disaggregate in a Sentence

Recent Examples on the Web Some buildings have systems where each workstation has controls for its own temperature and airflow, and systems that disaggregate ventilation from temperature control. Jill Lepore, The New Yorker, "Is Staying In Staying Safe?," 31 Aug. 2020 Third, to rebuild now as well as to prepare for future emergencies, countries need to invest in the ability of national statistics offices to collect, disaggregate, and analyze data. Melinda Gates, STAT, "Sexist and incomplete data hold back the world’s Covid-19 response," 30 July 2020 Indeed, wherever possible, countries should disaggregate data by these factors and more. Melinda Gates, STAT, "Sexist and incomplete data hold back the world’s Covid-19 response," 30 July 2020 Assembly Bill 677 required state agencies, boards and commissions to disaggregate data and collect information on specific Asian, Pacific Islander and Native Hawaiian ethnicities, such as Vietnamese and Nepalese. NBC News, "Gov. Cuomo vetoes bill that would have helped underserved Asian Americans," 13 Dec. 2019 She and other legislators should require themselves to disaggregate such proposals into digestible (or otherwise) morsels. WSJ, "Sen. Warren’s Blast at Capitalism and Property," 20 Aug. 2018 The extent of the second problem became especially clear after the passage of No Child Left Behind, a 2002 federal law that forced states to disaggregate data by race. Naomi Schaefer Riley, WSJ, "‘Common Core’ Review: Standards Put to the Test," 11 Mar. 2018 Where a player is selected in the draft is based on numerous factors that are difficult, if not impossible, to disaggregate. Michael Mccann, SI.com, "What Can the NFL, Players Do About Inappropriate Questioning at the NFL Combine?," 9 Mar. 2018 The family itself, robbed of its economic functions, will continue to disaggregate. Michael Brendan Dougherty, National Review, "Just the Usual Dread," 6 Oct. 2017

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First Known Use of disaggregate

1811, in the meaning defined at transitive sense

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“Disaggregate.” Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/disaggregate. Accessed 28 Sep. 2020.

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disaggregate

verb
dis·​ag·​gre·​gate | \ (ˈ)dis-ˈag-ri-ˌgāt How to pronounce disaggregate (audio) \
disaggregated; disaggregating

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

Other Words from disaggregate

disaggregation \ (ˌ)dis-​ˌag-​ri-​ˈgā-​shən How to pronounce disaggregation (audio) \ noun

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