Definition of disentanglement in English:

disentanglement

Pronunciation /ˌdis(ə)nˈtaNGɡəlmənt/ /ˌdɪs(ə)nˈtæŋɡəlmənt/

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noun

See disentangle

‘That's roughly a year's cash flow, so the disentanglement might have some effect on the career prospects of those who put it together five years ago.’
  • ‘Furthermore, studies using dominant genetic markers do not properly allow for the disentanglement between genetic variation within loci and within genotypes.’
  • ‘The disentanglement of age and size provides a novel context in which to evaluate this hypothesis.’
  • ‘This disentanglement of politics from religion was made possible by Christianity.’
  • ‘Not every metaphysical picture makes this disentanglement possible, of course.’