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  1. dissociate

    • IPA[diˈsōSHēˌāt]

    美式

    • v.
      disconnect or separate (used especially in abstract contexts);declare that one is not connected with or a supporter of (someone or something)
    • verb: dissociate, 3rd person present: dissociates, gerund or present participle: dissociating, past tense: dissociated, past participle: dissociated

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    • 相關詞
    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. disconnect or separate (used especially in abstract contexts):

      voices should not be dissociated from their social context

    • 2. declare that one is not connected with or a supporter of (someone or something):

      he took pains to dissociate himself from the religious radicals

    • 3. split off (a component of mental activity) to act as an independent part of mental life.
    • 4. (with reference to a molecule) split into separate smaller atoms, ions, or molecules, especially reversibly:

      these compounds are dissociated by solar radiation to yield atoms of chlorine

    • n. another term for multiple personality disorder

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    • n. another term for multiple personality disorder

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    • IPA[dɪˈsəʊʃɪeɪt]

    英式

    • v.
      (especially in abstract contexts) disconnect or separate:
    • the word ‘spiritual’ has become for many dissociated from religion

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      ...the baby. As a result of this in-creased stability, the baby can use more dissociated upper and lower extremity patterns of movement when playing in the...

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      ...;with> n.[C]②夥伴;③同事 ①=relate; ↔dissociate ②=partner ③=colleague association n.[C]①協會[U...

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      ...form of a word can take on a life of its own, developing a sense that dissociates it from the longer word from which it was derived. Cute...