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Verb(1) disconnect or separate
(1) The train was pulled into the wye South of the station to uncouple the roadrailers (Amtrak express freight cars) added in Albany and then backed into the station.(2) If you begin to uncouple from the traditional thinking, and start to explore why we have failed to overcome the disease, you can open up a whole new range of therapeutic possibilities.(3) I have seen marriages uncouple under the strain(4) She reached down and tried to pull the pin to uncouple the old cars, but it wouldn't budge.(5) I need you back over here pronto so we can uncouple the ships.(6) the groups of cells commonly uncouple from surrounding tissue(7) A Carman would uncouple the road engine from the train and the cars would be inspected before the yard engine came to take them to the coach yard.(8) Mr Marshall then went back into the tunnel with firemen to uncouple three of the tankers and drive them to safety.(9) By uncoupling our emotions from the film's many acts of violence, he frees us to draw parallels and make connections with painfully recent history.(10) The academic community has also discussed uncoupling publication from academic credit and creating buying cooperatives but made little progress.(11) Watch the gang silently take over a train, methodically uncoupling the engine and making off with a shipment of weapons while their adversaries nap in the rear car.(12) The train pulls into the station, the engine is uncoupled and changes ends, and then off it goes on its journey, after a procedure that normally takes approximately six minutes.(13) Finally, for once the idea of the ├ö├ç├┐cutting edge├ö├ç├û has uncoupled itself from the notion that it must be ├ö├ç├┐challenging.├ö├ç├û(14) The steam engine that had hauled the MISSIONARY RIDGE LOCAL from Grand Junction was quickly uncoupled from the train, and driven onto the turntable.(15) The reason we don't do it more is that coupling and uncoupling trains adds to the journey time.(16) The barren desert all around them made the shock of the train uncoupling all the more difficult to accept.
1. decouple ::
1. join ::
2. link ::
3. unify ::
4. unite ::
Different Formsuncouple, uncoupled, uncouples, uncoupling
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