英 [dɪ'səʊʃɪeɪt; -sɪ-]
- vt. 游离；使分离；分裂
- vi. 游离；分离；分裂
dis-, 不，非，使相反。-soc, 联系，词源同social, society. 即不再联系，否认联系。
- dissociate (v.)
- 1610s (implied in dissociated), from Latin dissociatus, past participle of dissociare "to separate from companionship, disunite, set at variance," from dis- "apart" (see dis-) + sociare "to join," from socius "companion" (see social (adj.)). Attested from 1540s as a past participle adjective meaning "separated."
- 1. He has failed to dissociate himself clearly and unambiguously from the attack.
- 2. He tried to dissociate himself from the party's more extreme views.
- 3. It is difficult to dissociate the man from his position.
- 4. Almost the first lesson they learn is how to dissociate emotion from reason.
- 5. It is getting harder for the president to dissociate himself from the scandal.
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