Third-person singular simple present indicative form of detach.(verb)
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Use "detaches" in a sentence
"The name detaches itself from the card, leaving its holy prefix behind like a tail, and floats up into her mind, where it wafts about gently until it settles via some mysterious associative route upon the infant boy who died a few nights ago in her arms."
"Frank's note: True, but perhaps not the entire fuselage-I think some of the lifting designs have an escape capsule in which the small seated area of the crew compartment detaches from the rest of the body and lands via parachute."
"In fact, the entire media player detaches from the bear and can be used on its own."