detach (someone or something) from (someone or something)

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detach (someone or something) from (someone or something)

To separate someone or something from its connection to someone or something else. This phrase can be used literally or figuratively. I detached the broken shutters from the house. When the teacher realized that I was the one talking, she detached me from the rest of my classmates for a scolding.
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detach someone or something from someone or something

to separate or disconnect someone or something from someone or something. The high command detached Wallace from his platoon. The technician detached the sensors from Harry's chest.
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Type of property/price: 3 bed detached from pounds 73,000, 4 bed detached from pounds 84,000.
Type of property/price 3 bed detached from pounds 77,500, 4 bed detached from pounds 83,000.
Type of property/price: 3 bed detached from pounds 80,000, 4 bed detached from pounds 85,500.
Type of property/price: 4 bed detached from pounds 110,950, 5 bed detached from pounds 114,950.
Type of property/price: 3 & 4 bed detached from pounds 92,500.
Type of property/price: 3 bed detached from pounds 110,000, 4 bed detached from pounds 127,000.
Type of property/price: 6 bed semi detached from pounds 90,000.
Type of property/price: 4 bed detached from pounds 103,500, 5 bed detached from pounds 119,500.