取り外す, 切り離す, 剥がす, 剥す, 分け離す, 切り放す, 切り放つ
Verb(1) cause to become detached or separated; take off(2) separate (a small unit(3) come to be detached
(1) If the units are attached to each other, you can either detach them and lower them separately or lower them as one.(2) That will detach the front panel - but be careful not to pull too far, or you'll yank out the front panel cables.(3) They were unable to pull the 3,000-pound anchor to get separation between the two vessels and thus needed to detach the anchor.(4) This, Stuart was told, would give enough time to detach the hooks from their mouths and let them free, with relatively little danger to the catcher.(5) It would set the strategic direction of the NHS and is designed to detach the service from political interference.(6) Do not detach them from the parent plant at this stage.(7) a willingness to detach comment from political allegiance(8) Removable pellicles detach during each exposure, which increases the risk of generating particles.(9) After her brief romance with Dudley, Elizabeth sought to detach her emotions from political considerations.(10) Glochids detach very easily on contact and cause intense skin irritation.(11) Infected green fruit turn light brown to purple, shrivel, and detach easily.(12) In order to mobilise people in support of what they perceive to be the needs of the Australian ruling class, the Greens detach politics from their economic foundations.(13) He could detach himself from what was happening on the court, he could play at a level we could not figure out and yet remain so cold on the exterior.(14) By the time the full disc of the sun detaches itself from the eastern horizon, I can see land, a bumpy darker line above the dark water.(15) He seems to suggest that spiritual beliefs are detachable , something to be put aside when we get down to the serious business of building a society.(16) In Tibet, there is a separate designation for those who can detach themselves from their physical bodies.
1. unfasten ::
2. disconnect ::
3. disengage ::
4. separate ::
5. uncouple ::
6. remove ::
7. loose ::
8. unhitch ::
9. unhook ::
10. free ::
13. break off ::
Different Formsdetach, detachable, detached, detaches, detaching
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