Detach - definition, pronunciation, transcription
Detach the upper part of the form and return it with your payment.
During the accident the trailer was detached from the car.
The brush detaches from the vacuum cleaner for easy cleaning.
It can be difficult to detach yourself from the chaos of the situation.
She has been trying to detach herself from an abusive relationship.
It was difficult to detach the tyre from the wheel.
You can detach the hood from the jacket.
Please detach and fill out the application form.
His retina detached and he had to be rushed into surgery
Doctors have to detach themselves from their feelings.
present participle: detaching
past tense: detached
past participle: detached
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