disassociate

verb dis·as·so·ci·ate \ ˌdis-ə-ˈsō-sē-ˌāt , -shē- \
Updated on: 14 Nov 2017

Definition of disassociate

transitive verb
:to detach from association :dissociate

disassociation

play \-ˌsō-sē-ˈā-shən, -shē-\ noun

Examples of disassociate in a Sentence

  1. the company tried to disassociate itself from the rest of the industry, which is widely viewed as corrupt

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First Known Use of disassociate

1603



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