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Definition of "disconnection" [dis•con•nec•tion]

  • Severance of a physical connection. (noun)
  • Unexpected termination of a telephone connection. (noun)
  • Absence of rapport; the nonexistence of, or a breakdown of, effective communication. (noun)

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Use "disconnection" in a sentence
  • "Despite all the disconnection from the computer, the round up is fabulous!"
  • "Open Rights Group, as part of our campaign against the policy of disconnection, is holding a debate on better approaches for public policy and the entertainment industry."
  • "But if the argument against extra-judicial disconnection is so strong then surely a policy that lets network service providers keep millions of people from having a usable, fast and reliable connection to the internet must also be morally indefensible?"