disconnect from

disconnect (someone or something) from (someone or something)

To separate someone or something from someone something else. My phone disconnected me from my secretary when its battery suddenly died. You'll need to disconnect this pipe from that one in order to make the repair.
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disconnect someone or something from someone or something

to break the connection between things or people. The telephone operator disconnected Larry from his caller. He disconnected himself from the cords of his parachute.
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Kazakhstan Electric Grid Operating Company is ready to disconnect from the Central Asian power grid, Chairman of the Board of KEGOC Bakytzhan Kazhiev said during the on-line conference on the portal of BNews.