dis•so•ci•atePronunciation: (di-sō'shē-āt", -sē-), [key]
—v., -at•ed, -at•ing.
to sever the association of (oneself); separate: He tried to dissociate himself from the bigotry in his past.
to subject to dissociation.
to withdraw from association.
to undergo dissociation.
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