what does "desociado" mean?
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This seems to be the past participle of a verb. With the "ado" ending it would seem the verb should be disociar
However I can not find this word in our dictionary or online. That means either this word simply isn't on the internet, or it is nonexistent and you have misspelled it.
Edit: I had originally posted a possible answer to the question posed, but I leave this edit behind to ask that you do ask Gekko has prescribed and make an effort to work in accordance with the rules here.
I think you probably mean 'disociado' in which case it means separated
disociar a vt to dissociate (de from) b disociarse vpr to dissociate o.s. (de from)
Spelling is wrong, should be disociado,