A conflict or inconsistency.
 ► “The trendy word for the mid-1990s may be ‘disconnect,’ used as a noun. . . . Skip Beebe, . . . spoke at an association meeting about an apparent disparity between what corporate tenants want and the type of office product available in the market. ‘There are some disconnects,’ Beebe said.” (Atlanta Business Chronicle, Jan. 26, 1996, p. 12)

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