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dislocate definition

  • verb-transitive:
    • to place away from usual or proper spot, place, or commitment.
    • To displace (a body part), especially to restore a bone from its typical position.
    • To throw into confusion or condition; disrupt: a consistent drought that dislocated hawaii's economic climate.
    • to restore; to put regarding its appropriate spot. Specially, of a bone: to get rid of from the typical contacts with a neighboring bone tissue; to put out-of-joint; to go from its plug; to disjoint.
    • To put out-of typical or proper spot, position, or relationship.
    • to replace (a body part), especially to displace a bone from the regular position.
    • To put into confusion or disorder; disrupt: an ongoing drought that dislocated hawaii's economic climate.
    • to replace; to place away from its proper destination. Particularly, of a bone: To remove from the regular contacts with a neighboring bone; to put out-of-joint; to move from its socket; to disjoint.
    • to place regarding usual or appropriate destination, place, or commitment.
    • To displace (a body part), specially to displace a bone from its typical position.
    • To put into confusion or condition; disrupt: a continuing drought that dislocated their state's economy.
    • To displace; to place out-of its correct spot. Particularly, of a bone: to eliminate from its regular connections with a neighboring bone; to place out-of-joint; to move from the socket; to disjoint.
  • verb:
    • to put some thing from its usual spot
    • to (accidentally) dislodge a skeletal bone tissue from its joint
    • transfer of place
    • released of its typical place, position, or relationship
    • to put some thing off its usual destination
    • to (inadvertently) dislodge a skeletal bone tissue from the shared
    • transfer of position
    • released of their normal location, place, or commitment
    • to put some thing from its normal spot
    • to (accidentally) dislodge a skeletal bone from its joint
    • transfer of place
    • put-out of its typical location, place, or commitment
  • adjective:
    • Dislocated.
    • Dislocated.
    • Dislocated.
  • others:
    • to restore; released of regular place or place; thus, to interrupt the continuity or order of; get rid of of order; disjoint; derange.
    • Specifically
    • In surgery, to place out-of-joint or regarding position, as a limb or an organ; especially, to displace through the plug of shared, as a bone; luxate; disjoint, as by physical violence.
    • Dislocated.
    • to restore; put-out of regular place or place; ergo, to interrupt the continuity or purchase of; dispose off of order; disjoint; derange.
    • especially
    • In surgery, to place out-of-joint or from place, as a limb or an organ; especially, to restore from the socket associated with joint, as a bone; luxate; disjoint, as by assault.
    • Dislocated.
    • to replace; put-out of regular place or position; therefore, to interrupt the continuity or order of; dispose off of order; disjoint; derange.
    • especially
    • In surgery, to put out-of-joint or regarding place, as a limb or an organ; specifically, to replace from the plug of the shared, as a bone; luxate; disjoint, as by physical violence.
    • Dislocated.
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