disentanglement disentanglement


  • (n) the act of releasing from a snarled or tangled condition



  1. Yes, disentanglement will be difficult.
  2. Sadat interpreted the negotiations as primarily involving a second-stage military disentanglement.
  3. This created a snarl which most Paris commentators considered impossible of disentanglement by Pierre Laval.


  • In a letter e-mailed to employees Wednesday (June 21) Philips' President and CEO Gerard Kleisterlee wrote: "In the course of these last few months hundreds of Philips people have been working long hours on issues relating to the disentanglement of...
    on Jun 21, 2006 By: Gerard Kleisterlee Source: EETimes.com

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