Meaning of decouple
Pronunciation: (dē-kup'ul), [key]
— v., -pled, -pling.
- to cause to become separated, disconnected, or divergent; uncouple.
- to absorb the shock of (a nuclear explosion): a surrounding mass of earth and rock can decouple a nuclear blast.
- to loosen or eliminate the coupling of (a signal between two circuits).
- to separate or diverge from an existing connection; uncouple.
- decouple (Thesaurus)