decouple [diːˈkʌpl]
transitive verb
escindir (formal); desconectar
This is exemplified in Trudeau's conception which decouples culture and politics.. The issue threatened to decouple Europe from the United States.. Other forms of discourse have successfully been decoupled from politics
Collins Complete Spanish Electronic Dictionary © HarperCollins Publishers 2011
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