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disconnectedadjective

uk   us   /ˌdɪs.kəˈnek.tɪd/
If ​ideas, ​remarks, etc. or the different ​parts of something are disconnected, they are not well ​joined together and it is ​difficult to ​seetheirpurpose or ​pattern: disconnected ​thoughts
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Translations of “disconnected”
in Arabic مُنفَصِل…
in Korean 동떨어진…
in Portuguese incoerente, entrecortado…
in Catalan inconnex…
in Japanese 支離滅裂な…
in Chinese (Simplified) 不连贯的,断断续续的,零散的…
in Turkish bağlantısız, kesik, kopuk…
in Russian несвязный, сбивчивый…
in Chinese (Traditional) 不連貫的,斷斷續續的,零散的…
in Italian sconnesso…
in Polish chaotyczny, bezładny…
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