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disengage definition

  • verb-transitive:
    • to produce from something that keeps quickly, links, or entangles. See Synonyms at extricate.
    • to discharge (oneself) from an engagement, pledge, or obligation.
    • to discharge from that with which everything is engaged, engrossed, included, or entangled; to extricate; to detach; to create free; to liberate; to obvious
    • to produce from a thing that keeps fast, links, or entangles. See Synonyms at extricate.
    • to produce (oneself) from an engagement, pledge, or responsibility.
    • to discharge from by using which anything is involved, engrossed, included, or entangled; to extricate; to detach; to set no-cost; to liberate; to obvious
  • verb-intransitive:
    • To free or detach oneself; withdraw.
    • to discharge your self; to be detached; to free an individual's self.
    • To free or detach yourself; withdraw.
    • To release your self; in order to become detached; to free an individual's self.
  • noun:
    • A circular motion of the knife that prevents the opponent's parry
    • A circular activity associated with the blade that prevents the adversary's parry
  • verb:
    • to produce or loosen from something which binds, keeps, entangles, or interlocks; unfasten; detach; disentangle; free.
    • launch from a thing that keeps quickly, links, or entangles
    • free or pull obstruction from
    • come to be free
    • to discharge or loosen from a thing that binds, keeps, entangles, or interlocks; unfasten; detach; disentangle; no-cost.
    • release from something that holds quickly, connects, or entangles
    • no-cost or pull obstruction from
    • become free
  • others:
    • to create no-cost or release from pledge or wedding; launch from vow, involvement, or vow.
    • to produce or set clear of union, attachment, or link; detach; loosen or unfasten, and set free; launch: because, to disengage a metal from the gangue, or a garment from a clinging bramble; to disengage your brain from research.
    • In fencing, to transport or pass the point of (the tool) from a single side to another over or underneath the adversary's, whenever earlier relative position or wedding associated with blades should the opponent's benefit. The motion is executed by explaining with all the point of weapon a tremendously little group. Rolando (ed. Forsyth).
    • To withdraw; become separated.
    • to create free or release from pledge or engagement; release from promise, involvement, or promise.
    • To release or set free of union, accessory, or connection; detach; loosen or unfasten, and put free; launch: because, to disengage a metal from its gangue, or a garment from a clinging bramble; to disengage your brain from research.
    • In fencing, to carry or pass the purpose of (the gun) from one part to the other over or under the adversary's, whenever earlier relative position or engagement of the blades should the opponent's advantage. The movement is performed by explaining because of the point regarding the weapon a tremendously small circle. Rolando (ed. Forsyth).
    • To withdraw; become separated.
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