derange definition

  • verb-transitive:
    • To interrupt the order or arrangement of.
    • To disturb the standard condition or performance of.
    • To disturb psychologically; make insane.
    • To put out-of-place, order, or rank; to interrupt the proper arrangement or order of; to toss into condition, confusion, or embarrassment; to disorder; to disarrange.
    • To disturb doing his thing or purpose, as part or organ, and/or entire of a device or system.
    • To disturb in organized or normal activity associated with intellect; to make crazy.
  • verb:
    • resulting in anyone to go outrageous (usually found in the passive, see deranged)
    • to cause condition in anything, to distort it from the perfect state
    • to disrupt somebody's plans, to inconvenience someone
    • throw into great confusion or condition
    • derange psychologically, dispose off of emotional balance; make insane
  • others:
    • To disturb the regular order of; place into confusion; disconcert; disarrange: because, to derange plans or matters.
    • To interrupt the state, activity, or functions of; put-out of proper order or problem; disorder; unsettle: since, to derange a machine; his wellness is much deranged; to derange your head or reason.
    • To disorder your head of; unsettle the main reason of, as a person.
    • To disarrange, displace, unsettle, confuse, embarrass, discompose, disconcert.

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