disturb definition

  • verb-transitive:
    • To-break up or destroy the tranquillity or satisfied state of: "Subterranean fires and deep unrest disrupt the whole area” ( Rachel Carson).
    • To trouble emotionally or psychologically; annoyed.
    • To affect; interrupt: noise that disturbed my sleep.
    • To intrude on; trouble: Constant calls interrupted the woman work.
    • To put out of order; disarrange.
    • To toss into disorder or confusion; to derange; to interrupt the settled condition of; to stimulate from a situation of remainder.
    • To agitate your head of; to deprive of tranquillity; to disquiet; to make uneasy.
    • to make from a typical or created training course.
    • To-break up or destroy the tranquillity or satisfied condition of: "Subterranean fires and deep unrest disrupt the entire area” ( Rachel Carson).
    • To trouble emotionally or mentally; annoyed.
    • To restrict; interrupt: sound that disturbed my rest.
    • To intrude on; inconvenience: Constant calls disturbed the woman work.
    • To put out of order; disarrange.
    • To put into condition or confusion; to derange; to interrupt the settled state of; to excite from a situation of rest.
    • To agitate the mind of; to rob of tranquillity; to disquiet; to make uneasy.
    • to make from a typical or created course.
    • To-break up or destroy the tranquillity or satisfied condition of: "Subterranean fires and deep unrest disturb the complete area” ( Rachel Carson).
    • To trouble emotionally or psychologically; upset.
    • To affect; interrupt: sound that disturbed my rest.
    • To intrude on; inconvenience: Constant calls disrupted her work.
    • to place out-of-order; disarrange.
    • To put into disorder or confusion; to derange; to interrupt the settled condition of; to stimulate from a state of rest.
    • To agitate your brain of; to rob of tranquillity; to disquiet; to render uneasy.
    • to make from a consistent or designed program.
  • verb:
    • to confuse a quiet, consistant state or a calm, continuous circulation, particularly: ideas, actions or liquids.
    • to divert, reroute, or change by annoying.
    • to own a negative emotional impact; resulting in emotional stress or confusion.
    • to confuse a quiet, consistant state or a calm, constant circulation, particularly: thoughts, activities or fluids.
    • harm as if by trembling or jarring
    • tamper with
    • destroy the serenity or tranquility of
    • move deeply
    • change the arrangement or position of
    • to divert, redirect, or alter by frustrating.
    • to have a bad mental influence; to cause emotional stress or confusion.
    • harm as if by trembling or jarring
    • tamper with
    • destroy the comfort or tranquility of
    • move deeply
    • change the arrangement or position of
    • to confuse a quiet, consistant state or a calm, continuous flow, in particular: ideas, actions or fluids.
    • to divert, redirect, or change by frustrating.
    • having an adverse mental influence; to cause mental distress or confusion.
    • damage just as if by shaking or jarring
    • tamper with
    • ruin the comfort or tranquility of
    • move profoundly
    • change the arrangement or place of
  • noun:
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  • others:
    • To blend; difficulty; agitate; molest; move from a situation of sleep or tranquillity: as, to disturb a sleeper; to interrupt the deposit.
    • to go or agitate; discompose; disquiet; put into perplexity or confusion.
    • To interfere with; interrupt; impede; incommode; derange.
    • To turn apart; cause to deviate; throw out obviously or purchase.
    • Synonyms To disorder, unsettle, molest
    • To perplex, trouble, annoy, vex, stress, plague.
    • To impede, interrupt.
    • To blend; trouble; agitate; molest; move from a situation of sleep or tranquillity: because, to interrupt a sleeper; to disturb the deposit.
    • to maneuver or agitate; discompose; disquiet; toss into perplexity or confusion.
    • To hinder; interrupt; hinder; incommode; derange.
    • to show aside; cause to deviate; dispose off definitely or purchase.
    • Synonyms To disorder, unsettle, molest
    • To perplex, trouble, annoy, vex, stress, plague.
    • To hinder, interrupt.
    • To blend; trouble; agitate; molest; move from a state of sleep or tranquillity: since, to disturb a sleeper; to disturb the sediment.
    • To move or agitate; discompose; disquiet; throw into perplexity or confusion.
    • To affect; interrupt; impede; incommode; derange.
    • to show aside; cause to deviate; throw out naturally or purchase.
    • Synonyms To disorder, unsettle, molest
    • To perplex, difficulty, annoy, vex, stress, plague.
    • To impede, interrupt.

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