To break or harm ones limbs or organs through dancing.
Jeff has discolocated with his wack dance moves.
by Mr. Lubba Lubba March 01, 2006
To relocate something back to its original location, after it was colocated.
Let's discolocate that old '69 Packard engine block from the front yard back to the basement.
by Dr. E. Genius, Ph.D March 06, 2006
To separate physical objects, typically a machine and its operator. Moving information processing apparatus to a location remote from its operator, or vice versa. As opposed to colocate.
Discolocate: The company figures it will save half a million dollars a year by discolocating the engineering computers from the processing center in Bangalore.
by Mycopheles March 07, 2006