distract definition

  • verb-transitive:
    • To cause to turn away from the original focus of attention or interest; divert.
    • To pull-in conflicting emotional guidelines; unsettle.
    • to-draw apart or away; to divide; to disjoin.
    • To draw (the picture, mind, or attention) in numerous directions; to perplex; to confuse
    • To agitate by conflicting interests, or by many different motives or of cares; to confound; to harass.
    • To unsettle the main reason of; to render crazy; to craze; to madden; -- most regularly found in the participle, sidetracked.
    • resulting in to show out of the original focus of interest or interest; divert.
    • To pull-in conflicting psychological directions; unsettle.
    • To draw apart or away; to divide; to disjoin.
    • To draw (the sight, brain, or attention) in numerous guidelines; to perplex; to confuse
    • To agitate by conflicting interests, or by many different motives or of cares; to confound; to harass.
    • To unsettle why of; to render crazy; to craze; to madden; -- most frequently utilized in the participle, sidetracked.
    • To cause to turn from the initial focus of interest or interest; divert.
    • To pull in conflicting mental instructions; unsettle.
    • To draw aside or away; to divide; to disjoin.
    • to-draw (the picture, mind, or interest) in different guidelines; to perplex; to confuse
    • To agitate by conflicting interests, or by a variety of motives or of cares; to confound; to harass.
    • To unsettle the reason of; to render crazy; to craze; to madden; -- most frequently found in the participle, distracted.
  • verb:
    • To divert the attention of.
    • draw someone's attention away from anything
    • disturb at heart or make uneasy or cause to be worried or alarmed
    • To divert the interest of.
    • draw someone's attention from something
    • disturb in mind or make uneasy or reason enough to be concerned or alarmed
    • To divert the attention of.
    • draw someone's interest from something
    • disturb at heart or make uneasy or reason enough to be concerned or alarmed
  • adjective:
    • Separated; attracted asunder.
    • Insane; angry.
    • Separated; attracted asunder.
    • Insane; mad.
    • Separated; drawn asunder.
    • Insane; angry.
  • others:
    • to attract apart; pull in different directions and split; divide.
    • to show or draw away from any object; divert from any point toward another point, or toward several other objects: since, to distract a person's interest from his profession.
    • resulting in distraction in; draw in various instructions or toward various things; mistake by different or opposing factors; perplex; bewilder: since, to distract your brain with cares.
    • To disorder the reason why of; derange; render frantic or angry.
    • sidetracked; frantic; deranged: just like distraught.
    • to-draw apart; pull in various guidelines and separate; divide.
    • to show or draw from any item; divert from any point toward another point, or toward many other things: because, to distract your attention from his profession.
    • To cause distraction in; attract different guidelines or toward different items; mistake by different or opposing factors; perplex; bewilder: because, to distract your brain with cares.
    • To disorder why of; derange; render frantic or mad.
    • Distracted; frantic; deranged: just like distraught.
    • To draw apart; pull in various guidelines and individual; divide.
    • To turn or draw from any item; divert from any point toward another point, or toward several other things: since, to distract someone's interest from their profession.
    • resulting in distraction in; draw in various directions or toward various items; confuse by different or opposing factors; perplex; bewilder: as, to distract your head with cares.
    • To disorder the main reason of; derange; render frantic or angry.
    • Distracted; frantic; deranged: same as distraught.

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