disaggregation


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dis·ag·gre·ga·tion

(dis'ag-rĕ-gā'shŭn),
1. A breaking up into component parts.
2. An inability to coordinate various sensations and failure to comprehend their mutual relations.
[L. dis-, separating, + ag- grego (adg-), pp. -gregatus, to add to something]

dis·ag·gre·ga·tion

(dis-ag'rĕ-gā'shŭn)
1. A breaking up into component parts.
2. An inability to coordinate various sensations and failure to comprehend their mutual relations.
[L. dis-, separating, + ag- grego (adg-), pp. -gregatus, to add to something]
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