delink

[dee-lingk]
verb (used with object)
to make independent; dissociate; separate: The administration has delinked human rights from economic aid to underdeveloped nations.

Origin:
de- + link1

delinkage, noun
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At that point, the withholding percentages were changed to delink the state from federal withholding.
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