disentangle from

disentangle (someone or something) from (someone or something)

To untangle someone or something from someone or something else. There are so many cords plugged into this outlet that it will take us all day to disentangle each from the other. I had to disentangle the twins from each other a few times when they started fighting over a toy, but otherwise they were very well behaved.
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disentangle someone or something from someone or something

to untangle someone or something from someone or something. I helped disentangle Tony from the coils of ropes he had stumbled into. They worked feverishly to disentangle the dolphin from the net. He disentangled himself from the net.
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Sleiman refused to pose as false witness to Hizbullah's involvement in Syria exclaiming as to how the president could decline from asking the party of God to disentangle from Syria?
Written in a conversational and humorous style, the book discusses how to pay for a year away from home, how to disentangle from commitments (what to do with the house, for example), how to plan on the go, and how to deal with emergencies.
However, the connections between teacher education preparation programs, teacher candidates' evaluation, and student achievement are often hard to disentangle from other educationally relevant effects.