Meaning of disaffiliation in English:


Pronunciation /ˌdɪsəfɪlɪˈeɪʃ(ə)n/

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‘These events crystallised and cauterised the build-up of social, financial and political disaffiliation originating in the 1990s.’
  • ‘I have deliberately refrained from entering the discussion about the disaffiliation of the NSW women, hoping that the situation would be resolved quickly.’
  • ‘The Legion's branch lost 400 members following the disaffiliation, and now meets in the Fox and Hounds, in Tadcaster.’
  • ‘I would say that 98 percent of them support the disaffiliation.’
  • ‘However, they were threatened with disaffiliation by the ILCU and members voted to stay in the movement.’