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detachment /dɪˈtæʧmənt/  

  • noun
    plural -ments
    [noncount] :lack of emotion or of personal interest
    I wish the article had approached the issue with a bit more detachment.
    In her films she views the modern world with an air/sense of detachment. [=aloofness]
    He was able to discuss their concerns with cool detachment. [=impartiality]
    [noncount] the act or process of separating something from a larger thing
    The form is perforated to make detachment of the bottom section easier.
    a condition in which something has become separated from something else
    [count] :a group of soldiers who have a special job or function
    A detachment of soldiers was called to assist the police.