- to separate (an aggregate or mass) into its component parts.
- to become separated from an aggregate or mass.
Origin of disaggregate
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Historical Examples of disaggregation
- to separate from a group or mass
- to divide into parts
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- A breaking up into component parts.
- An inability to coordinate various sensations and a failure to observe their mutual relations.
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