disturb, upset, trouble(verb)
"This book upset me"; "A troubling thought"
discomfit, touch, shake up, raise up, disorder, interrupt, cark, commove, bother, inconvenience oneself, agitate, disquiet, turn over, put out, perturb, trouble oneself, tump over, unhinge, incommode, disoblige, trouble, overturn, bowl over, discommode, discompose, tip over, upset, inconvenience, swage, untune, disconcert, vex, ail, knock over, stir up, distract, pain
agitate, vex, disturb, commove, shake up, stir up, raise up(verb)
change the arrangement or position of
fight, touch, crusade, succuss, excite, stick, perplex, get, nark, irritate, shake up, shake, mystify, flummox, commove, inflame, bother, press, agitate, rile, gravel, stir, nonplus, wake, shift, instigate, stimulate, reorganise, get to, dumbfound, rouse, fire up, reorganize, interrupt, vex, heat, nettle, baffle, chafe, get at, trouble, beat, fluff up, ignite, budge, amaze, turn on, charge, annoy, bump around, upset, charge up, incite, jar, puzzle, bewilder, rag, push, foment, campaign, stupefy, worry, stir up, raise up, plump up, pose, devil, set off
"Don't touch my CDs!"
adjoin, touch, shake up, have-to doe with, raise up, interrupt, rival, commove, pertain, agitate, match, concern, impact, stir, tinge, refer, meet, affect, trouble, relate, touch on, equal, tinct, bear on, upset, allude, bear upon, reach, contact, come to, advert, vex, partake, extend to, stir up, tint
destroy the peace or tranquility of
"Don't interrupt me when I'm reading"
damage as if by shaking or jarring
"Don't disturb the patient's wounds by moving him too rapidly!"
English Synonyms and Antonyms
Objects are displaced when moved out of the place they have occupied; they are misplaced when put into a place where they should not be. One may know where to find what he has misplaced; what he has mislaid he can not locate.
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How to use disturb in a sentence?
Once we got seated within two minutes our waiter turned up with this white laminated sheet on which it was written people with children should ask their children to be quiet and not disturb other guests, i was shocked as my daughter is seven years old... She has no habit of creating chaos anywhere in public places.
An atheist is one who hopes the Lord will do nothing to disturb his disbelief.
It's a pretty precious habitat down there, anytime you disturb it and move it there are implications to the food web.
If there is (cell phone) jammer, then phones are not operable but the Wi-Fi signal will not be disturb, especially when using signal amplifier.
Whenever you take a step forward you are bound to disturb something. You disturb the air as you go forward, you disturb the dust, the ground.
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- тревожа, безпокоя, смущавамBulgarian
- molestarCatalan, Valencian
- perturbar, molestarSpanish
- cuir dragh air, buairScottish Gaelic
- kaitorohi, kautorohiMāori
- usik, kacau, gangguMalay
- storen, verstorenDutch
- беспокоить, возмущать, мешатьRussian
- gambala, abalaTagalog
- rahatsız etmekTurkish
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