Meaning of discouple in English:


Pronunciation /dɪsˈkʌpl/


  • 1To separate or part (a group or pair of persons or things); to uncouple (a person or thing) from another, or from a group.

  • 2 rare To split, part, separate.


Late Middle English; earliest use found in Of Shrifte & Penance. From dis- + couple, after Anglo-Norman and Middle French descoupler to separate, to uncouple.