The disconnect between statute books and modern life has led to a bipartisan push to update the law.
There is no disconnect between what the scientists are measuring and finding and what Americans are perceiving and experiencing.
Also: disconnect your chatty grandparent's telephone immediately.
Even 50 years ago the president worried over the disconnect between Washington, D.C., and the rest of the nation.
Duncan Hewitt reports on the disconnect between party promises and the ongoing silencing of public critics.
It is also unlikely that any operational construct, no matter how brilliantly conceived, could overcome such a disconnect.
When the tower acknowledged, he began to disconnect himself from the ship.
disconnect the main switch, and determine the size of the wires in each circuit.
We disconnect the Subterro anti-bends kimonos and peel them off.
In case it was necessary to disconnect on one side of a compound engine, how would you cover ports and hold valves in position?
A disagreement; an unbridgeable disparity (as from a failure of understanding): Disconnect. It means a breakdown in communication (1990s+)