[ UK /dɪkˈʌpə‍l/ ]
[ US /diˈkəpəɫ/ ]
VERB
  1. disconnect or separate
    uncouple the hounds
  2. regard as unconnected
    you must dissociate these two events!
    decouple our foreign policy from ideology
  3. eliminate airborne shock waves from (an explosive)
  4. reduce or eliminate the coupling of (one circuit or part to another)
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How To Use decouple In A Sentence

  • And even supposing that I had conflated them, the issue is whether the definition of design in Dembski's work is formally decoupled from the existence of an intelligence, and I believe it is. Aiguy's Computer
  • I have a first generation iPhone which I have now decoupled from the AT&T network. Despite the iPhone, It’s Still a 2G World
  • And even supposing that I had conflated them, the issue is whether the definition of design in Dembski's work is formally decoupled from the existence of an intelligence, and I believe it is … Aiguy's Computer
  • However, during the Oligocene to late Miocene, a time period spanning approximately 20 Myr, the development of cursorial limbs in predators and in prey appears to have been decoupled.
  • In the new era where premia are decoupled from production, beef, sheep and tillage farmers must generate a worthwhile margin, excluding the single farm payment, from actual farming.
  • Decoupled from her suckler cow premium, Mars Bar's first offspring emerged shivering into a cold world without beef special premium extensification premium or slaughter premium. FWi - All News
  • decouple our foreign policy from ideology
  • They kept this decoupled from the business of the nation. Obama applauds release of freed American journalists
  • The proposals to decouple direct payments from production and pay farmers a lump sum based on previous years' payments is seen as a major stumbling block for new entrants and existing young farmers he said.
  • The team's key innovation was to find a way to completely disconnect - or "decouple" - interactions between the elements of their quantum circuit. BBC News - Home
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