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detach

US [dɪˈtætʃ]
UK [dɪ'tætʃ]
  • v.脱离;拆卸;离开;挣脱
  • Web分离;分开;派遣
Simple Present:detaches  Present Participle:detaching  Past Tense:detached  
detach
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v.
1.
[t][i]
拆卸;(使)分开,脱离to remove sth from sth larger; to become separated from sth
Detach the coupon and return it as soon as possible
将表格撕下后尽快寄回。
One of the panels had become detached from the main structure.
一块镶板已从主体结构上脱落。
The skis should detach from the boot if you fall.
要是你跌倒了,滑雪板就会脱离靴子。
2.
[t]
~ yourself (from sb/sth)
挣脱;摆脱;离开to leave or separate yourself from sb/sth
She detached herself from his embrace.
她挣脱了他的拥抱。
I tried to detach myself from the reality of these terrible events.
我尽力使自己从这些可怕事件的现实中摆脱出来。
3.
[t]
~ sb/sth
派遣;分遣;分派to send a group of soldiers, etc. away from the main group, especially to do special duties

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