Examples of uncouple in a Sentence
They uncoupled the railroad cars.
uncoupled the two railroad cars
Recent Examples of uncouple from the Web
After that consciously uncoupling business, she is now engaged to a behind-the-scenes mogul, TV producer Brad Falchuk.
Paltrow shares son Moses Bruce Anthony, 12, and daughter Apple Blythe Alison, 14, with her consciously uncoupled-from ex-husband Chris Martin.
Can gun culture be similarly uncoupled from Americana?
This week, it will be fully uncoupled from the civic realm, sold off to the highest bidder.
According to a 2009 Science study, the cramped form uncouples the jockey’s movements from that of their steed and keeps the rider steady.
Unwilling to pacify investors by inflicting austerity on voters, President Richard Nixon uncoupled the dollar from gold, ending the Bretton Woods agreement.
The railroad commissioner agreed with the railroad that regularly uncoupling trains for that purpose is less than ideal.
The great @michaelsheen & I consciously uncoupled over Christmas.
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UNCOUPLE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of uncouple for English Language Learners
: to separate or disconnect (something) from something else
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