- I(New American Roget's College Thesaurus)Act or state of separationNouns1. disjunction, disconnection, disunity, disunion, disassociation, disengagement; isolation, separateness, dispersion.2. fissure, rent, crevice, gash (see interval).3. separation, parting, detachment, segregation; divorce; caesura, division, schism, subdivision, break, fracture, rupture; dismemberment, disintegration; dislocation, luxation (see displacement); severance, disseverance; disassembly, taking apart, dismantlement; scission, rescission, abscission; section, resection, cleavage; median [strip]; breakaway; surgery (see remedy); dissection; decomposition.4. discontinuity, interruption (see discontinuance).5. sieve, separator; analyzer; centrifuge; slicer, cutter.Verbs1. be disjoined, come off, fall off, fall to pieces; peel off; get loose; branch [off], bisect, fork.2. disjoin, disconnect, disengage, disunite, dissociate, divorce, part, detach, separate, cut loose or off, filter out, break off, segregate; set or keep apart; isolate; estrange, cut adrift, cast off or loose; loose[n], unloose, undo, unbind, unchain, untangle, disentangle; set free, demobilize, liberate (see liberation).3. sunder, divide, subdivide, sever, dissever, cut, saw, chop, cube, dice, mince, cleave, rive, rend, split, splinter, chip, crack, snap, break, tear, rip, burst; rend asunder, wrench, rupture, shatter, shiver; hack, hew, slash; amputate. Informal, smash to smithereens.4. cut up, carve, gash, dissect, anatomize; cut, take, pull, or pick to pieces; disintegrate, dismember, disbranch, disband, disperse, displace, dislocate, disjoint, luxate; take or tear down; break up; apportion (see apportionment).Adjectives — disjoined, discontinuous, multipartite, inarticulate, disjunctive; isolated, separate, disparate, discrete, apart, asunder, far between, loose, free; detached, unattached, unannexed, unassociated, distinct; adrift, straggling, unconnected; scissile, divisible; several.Adverbs — disjunctively, separately; one by one, severally, apart; adrift, asunder, in two, in twain; in the abstract, abstractedly.II(Roget's Thesaurus II) noun The act or an instance of separating one thing from another: detachment, disjuncture, disseverance, disseverment, disunion, division, divorce, divorcement, parting, partition, separation, severance, split. See ASSEMBLE, PART.
English dictionary for students. 2013.
Look at other dictionaries:
Disjunction — Dis*junc tion, n. [L. disjunctio.] 1. The act of disjoining; disunion; separation; a parting; as, the disjunction of soul and body. [1913 Webster] 2. A disjunctive proposition. Coleridge. [1913 Webster] … The Collaborative International Dictionary of English
disjunction — c.1400, disjunccioun, from O.Fr. disjunction (13c.) or directly from L. disjunctionem separation, noun of action from pp. stem of disjungere (see DISJOINTED (Cf. disjointed)) … Etymology dictionary
Disjunction — Disjunction, lat. deutsch, Zerlegung eines Begriffs in seine Theile; der logische Gegensatz; s. Urtheil u. Schluß … Herders Conversations-Lexikon
disjunction — index abandonment (discontinuance), decentralization, difference, disassociation, division (act of dividing), estrangement, hiatu … Law dictionary
disjunction — ► NOUN ▪ a lack of correspondence or consistency … English terms dictionary
disjunction — [dis juŋkchər, dis′juŋkchərdis juŋk′shən] n. [ME disjunccioun < L disjunctio] 1. a disjoining or being disjoined; separation: also disjuncture [dis juŋkchər, dis′juŋkchər] 2. a) Logic the relation between the alternatives of a disjunctive… … English World dictionary
disjunction — /dis jungk sheuhn/, n. 1. the act of disjoining or the state of being disjoined: a disjunction between thought and action. 2. Logic. a. Also called disjunctive, inclusive disjunction. a compound proposition that is true if and only if at least… … Universalium
Disjunction — (Roget s Thesaurus) < N PARAG:Disjunction >N GRP: N 1 Sgm: N 1 disjunction disjunction disconnection disunity disunion disassociation disengagement Sgm: N 1 discontinuity discontinuity &c. 70 Sgm: N 1 abjunction abjunction Sgm … English dictionary for students
disjunction — noun Date: 14th century 1. a sharp cleavage ; disunion, separation < the disjunction between theory and practice > 2. a compound sentence in logic formed by joining two simple statements by or: a. inclusive … New Collegiate Dictionary
disjunction — UK [dɪsˈdʒʌŋkʃ(ə)n] / US noun [countable/uncountable] Word forms disjunction : singular disjunction plural disjunctions very formal lack of a connection between things that should be connected … English dictionary
disjunction — exclusive/inclusive disjunction … Philosophy dictionary