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Meaning of 脱钩

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tuō gōu (Trad.: 脫鉤)
to cut ties; to disconnect; out of touch
Example Sentences
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Take care! Fish is able to throw the hook.
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Economic decoupling is not a myth.
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But whether Asia is decoupling or not, China is not so dependent on exports.
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China is exhibit A of this new decoupling: its economy began to accelerate again in the first four months of this year.
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The answer might come down to a somewhat discredited concept, the "decoupling" of economies that sees some driving forward while others lag.