Meaning of unjoin in English:


Pronunciation /ʌnˈdʒɔɪn/


[with object]archaic
  • Detach; separate.

    ‘Then they open their eyes, and attempt to unravel the knot they've made, without unjoining their hands.’
    • ‘Your suggestion of unjoining callers from a conference and playing the dialog to them will work as well.’
    • ‘The only way that I can get the computers to recognize the domain again is by unjoining and rejoining the domain.’
    • ‘One of my domain users was able to unjoin his laptop from the domain.’
    • ‘Now I would like to unjoin this machine so the user is not prompted for unsecured databases, but I just don't know how to do this.’
    detached, disconnected, unjoined, separate, loose