verb (used with object), de·cou·pled, de·cou·pling.
verb (used without object), de·cou·pled, de·cou·pling.
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Cotton’s other suggestions are essentially just restatements of proposals he espoused in the “how to decouple” section, namely government funding for research, development, and training in key industries.
In this case, customers “decouple the moral or the political piece from the utilitarian piece,” Reed explained.MyPillow boycott: How a product can spark an identity crisis|Elizabeth Chang|February 12, 2021|Washington Post
Sadly, the reality is you will be treated like a second class citizen because there’s a view that what you do is somehow decoupled from reality.‘Chronically understaffed’: Confessions of an agency exec on the cost of online advertising’s Covid growth|Seb Joseph|February 11, 2021|Digiday
News feeds and recommendation systems like this have created a downward spiral of negativity and paranoia, slowly decoupling billions of people’s perception of reality from reality itself.Big Tech’s attention economy can be reformed. Here’s how.|Gideon Lichfield|January 10, 2021|MIT Technology Review
Economic growth appears to be decoupling from energy generation.The US economy is decoupling from electricity generation|Michael J. Coren|July 9, 2020|Quartz