disengagement

  1. the act of releasing from an attachment or connection
  2. to break off a military action with an enemy

disengagement

[n] - to break off a military action with an enemy
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Disengagement

indirect action made by passing the blade under or over the opponent's blade
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Disengagement

Dis`en·gage'ment noun [ Prefix dis- + engagement : confer French désengagement .] 1. The act of disengaging or setting free, or the state of being disengaged. « It is easy to render this disengagement of caloric and light evident to the senses.» ...
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disengagement

1. The act of disengaging or setting free, or the state of being disengaged. 'It is easy to render this disengagement of caloric and light evident to the senses.' (Transl. Of Lavoisier) 'A disengagement from earthly trammels.' (Sir W. Jones) ... 2. Freedom from engrossing occupation; leisure. 'Disengagement is absolutely necessary to enjoyment.' (B...
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disengagement

fallback noun to break off a military action with an enemy
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disengagement

(dis″әn-gāj´mәnt) emergence of the fetus, or part thereof, from the vaginal canal.
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Disengagement

• (n.) Freedom from engrossing occupation; leisure. • (n.) The act of disengaging or setting free, or the state of being disengaged.
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Disengagement

The term disengagement can refer to: ...
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disengagement

Type: Term Pronunciation: dis′en-gāj′ment Definitions: 1. The act of setting free or extricating; in childbirth, the emergence of the head from the vulva. 2. Ascent of the presenting part from the pelvis after the inlet has been negotiated.
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