disengage

[v] - release from something that holds fast. connects, or entangles 2. [v] - become free
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Disengage

a circular movement of the blade that deceives the opponent's parry, removes the blades from engagement, or changes the line of engagement
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Disengage

Dis`en·gage' transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Disengaged ; present participle & verbal noun Disengaging .] [ Prefix dis- + engage : confer French désengager .] To release from that with which anything ...
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disengage

withdraw verb release from something that holds fast, connects, or entangles; `I want to disengage myself from his influence`; `disengage the gears`
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Disengage

• (v. i.) To release one`s self; to become detached; to free one`s self. • (v. t.) To release from that with which anything is engaged, engrossed, involved, or entangled; to extricate; to detach; to set free; to liberate; to clear; as, to disengage one from a party, from broils and controversies, from an oath, promise, or occupation; to d...
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Disengage

Discontinue the current attack.
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Disengage

A type of feint. Disengages are usually executed in conjunction with an extension/attack, though technically, they are just a deception around the opponent
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Disengage

(to) A reader who is not paying close attention to the text is disengaged
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