verb (used with object), uncoupled, uncoupling.
to release the coupling or link between; disconnect; let go:
to uncouple railroad cars.
to end (a romantic relationship or marriage):
Their marriage was uncoupled by financial problems.
verb (used without object), uncoupled, uncoupling.
to become unfastened; let go:
The glider uncoupled from the tow plane.
to end a romantic relationship or marriage:
My sister and her boyfriend have uncoupled after ten years together.
(of a romantic relationship or marriage) to end.
to disconnect or unfasten or become disconnected or unfastened
(transitive) to set loose; release
adjective 1. possessing or characterized by courage; brave: a courageous speech against the dictator. adjective 1. possessing or expressing courage
adjective 1. impolite; discourteous.
adjective 1. not courtly; rude. 2. not conforming to the customs or usage of a royal court: an uncourtly lack of respect for hereditary rank.
adjective 1. awkward, clumsy, or unmannerly: uncouth behavior; an uncouth relative who embarrasses the family. 2. strange and ungraceful in appearance or form. 3. unusual or strange. adjective 1. lacking in good manners, refinement, or grace