Etymology
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disconnection (n.)

1735, disconnexion; see dis- "not" + connection. Spelling disconnection attested from 1758.

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disconnect (v.)

"sever the connection of or between," 1770; see dis- + connect (v.). Perhaps a back-formation from disconnection. Related: Disconnected; disconnecting.

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continuous (adj.)

"characterized by continuity, not affected by disconnection or interruption," 1640s, from French continueus or directly from Latin continuus "joining, connecting with something; following one after another," from continere (intransitive) "to be uninterrupted," literally "to hang together" (see contain). Related: Continuously; continuousness.

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