Definitions for "Disconnect"
To dissolve the union or connection of; to disunite; to sever; to separate; to disperse.
Used as a noun, this is a message that displays when someone logs off the MUD. See also connect.
To break a connection (i.e., a circuit) so communication is no longer possible.
Keywords:  disjoin, unfasten
make disconnected, disjoin or unfasten
A reusable conductive device designed to be separated from its mated part.
To remove an electrical device from a circuit to make it inoperative.
The mechanical device, either fused or non-fused, located adjacent to an electrical appliance (H.V.A.C usually) that can totally disconnect the electrical current separate from the load center breakers.
an unbridgeable disparity (as from a failure of understanding); "he felt a gulf between himself and his former friends"; "there is a vast disconnect between public opinion and federal policy"
The action that occurs when a SCSI target releases control of the SCSI bus allowing the bus to go to the Bus Free phase.
Allows multiple SCSI disk drives chained together to perform simultaneous seeks, which results in multiple drives accessing, retrieving, and transferring data independent of one another and of the server. Major network improvement is gained by implementing this feature.
This means to remove your handheld from its cradle or to unplug its cable so that it can no longer communicate with your computer.
Subscriber who cancels cable service.
To hang up the phone and cause the connection between your modem and another computer to be stopped.
The accepted abbreviation to indicate that a phone number has been disconnected. Usually noted on the dialing report by the interviewer.
The complete discontinuation of all programming services to a customer, whether by customer request or because of non-payment.
Call termination and the information associated with it such as time of day, who disconnected (originator, destination, etc.)
To terminate a network session.
A communication command to allow the user to disconnect from a broadcast channel.
Keywords:  element
The disconnect Element