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disrupt definition

  • verb-transitive:
    • To put into confusion or disorder: Protesters disrupted the candidate's speech.
    • To interrupt or impede the development, activity, or procedure of: Our efforts inside garden had been disrupted by an early frost.
    • To break or burst; rupture.
    • To put into confusion or disorder: Protesters disrupted the applicant's address.
    • To interrupt or impede the development, activity, or treatment of: Our efforts in yard had been disturbed by an early frost.
    • to split asunder; to-rend.
    • To break or burst; rupture.
    • to destroy the continuity of, typically briefly.
    • To interfere with or halt, particularly by causing too little purchase.
    • to-break asunder; to rend.
    • to destroy the continuity of, usually temporarily.
    • To affect or halt, especially by causing too little order.
    • To put into confusion or condition: Protesters disrupted the prospect's address.
    • To interrupt or impede the development, motion, or process of: Our attempts inside garden were disrupted by an early frost.
    • to-break or burst; rupture.
    • to-break asunder; to-rend.
    • to destroy the continuity of, generally temporarily.
    • To restrict or halt, particularly by causing deficiencies in purchase.
  • verb:
    • To put into confusion or condition.
    • To interrupt or impede.
    • To toss into confusion or disorder.
    • To interrupt or hinder.
    • make a rest in
    • toss into condition
    • interfere in another person's task
    • make a break in
    • throw into disorder
    • interfere in another person's task
    • To put into confusion or condition.
    • To interrupt or impede.
    • make some slack in
    • throw into disorder
    • interfere in someone else's activity
  • adjective:
    • lease off; torn asunder; severed; disrupted.
    • lease off; torn asunder; severed; disrupted.
    • lease off; torn asunder; severed; disturbed.
  • others:
    • To break or burst asunder; individual forcibly.
    • Torn from or asunder; severed by rending or breaking.
    • To break or burst asunder; split forcibly.
    • Torn from or asunder; severed by rending or busting.
    • to split or burst asunder; split forcibly.
    • Torn from or asunder; severed by rending or busting.
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