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dissociate

US [dɪˈsoʊʃiˌeɪt]
UK [dɪˈsəʊsieɪt]
  • v.否认同…有关系;声明不支持;表明无关;把…分开(或看作是无关联的)
  • Web分离;游离;分裂
Simple Present:dissociates  Present Participle:dissociating  Past Tense:dissociated  Simple Present:disassociates  Present Participle:disassociating  
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v.
1.
~ yourself/sb from sb/sth
否认同…有关系;声明不支持;表明无关to say or do sth to show that you are not connected with or do not support sb/sth; to make it clear that sth is not connected with a particular plan, action, etc.
He tried to dissociate himself from the party's more extreme views.
他极力表明自己并不赞成该党较为偏激的观点。
They were determined to dissociate the UN from any agreement to impose sanctions.
他们决心阻止联合国同意实施制裁。
2.
~ sb/sth (from sth)
把…分开(或看作是无关联的)to think of two people or things as separate and not connected with each other
She tried to dissociate the two events in her mind.
她试图从思想上将这两件事分开。

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