detach

act of playing notes separately
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detach

come off verb come to be detached; `His retina detached and he had to be rushed into surgery`
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Detach

De·tach' intransitive verb To push asunder; to come off or separate from anything; to disengage. « [ A vapor] detaching , fold by fold, From those still heights.» Tennyson.
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Detach

De·tach' transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Detached ; present participle & verbal noun Detaching .] [ French détacher (cf. Italian distaccare , staccare ); prefix (L. dis ) + the roo...
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detach

act of playing notes separately
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detach

[v] - military use: separate (a small unit) from a larger, esp. for a special assignment 2. [v] - come to be detached 3. [v] - cause to become detached or separated
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