interrupt, disrupt, break up, cut off(verb)
make a break in
"We interrupt the program for the following messages"
fragmentise, fragmentize, amputate, decompose, collapse, interrupt, cut, crash, chip, split up, pick, cut out, dismantle, break up, knap, recess, lop off, part, crock up, sever, cut off, fragment, split, disperse, separate, dissolve, chop off, crack, disassemble, break apart, break off, calve, dissipate, scatter, break down, resolve, take apart, dispel, adjourn, break, crack up, disturb
throw into disorder
"This event disrupted the orderly process"
interfere in someone else's activity
"Please don't interrupt me while I'm on the phone"
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How to use disrupt in a sentence?
The city also needs to consider whether the free taxi service would disrupt existing market order.
While the strike will help reduce inventory for some low-selling cars, it will disrupt production of higher-demand SUVs, it is difficult for the company to give generous bonuses when profits are deteriorating. Potential U.S. tariffs may also force Hyundai to boost U.S. production, which will lead to reduced local output.
You can certainly see it in forward operations where they are moving their troops out into a place where they don’t have ready access to an electric power system, as a military base, they need emergency preparedness so that if there is a hurricane or if there is a terrorist event anything that might disrupt the external electric power grid, they need to be able to keep their operations going. For them to have a microgrid with their own storage and their own battery system is really important.
This was an unprovoked attack on a U.S. surveillance asset that had not violated Iranian airspace at any time during its mission, this attack is an attempt to disrupt our ability to monitor the area following recent threats to international shipping and free flow of commerce.
Using permits for field trials of GE (genetically engineered) wheat provides an additional level of safeguarding based on, and consistent with the biology of wheat, it became clear to us following the GE wheat incident in Oregon that the detection of regulated GE wheat where it was not authorized, had great potential to disrupt wheat markets globally.
Translations for disrupt
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- разстройвам, разкъсвам, прекъсвамBulgarian
- durcheinander bringenGerman
- trastornar, desorganizar, perturbar, interrumpirSpanish
- interrompre, perturber, dérangerFrench
- disturbare, impedire, interrompereItalian
- interromper, impedirPortuguese
- phá vỡVietnamese
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