Focus on the pronunciation of dislocation
English definition of “dislocation”
/ˌdɪsləʊˈkeɪʃən/ noun [C or U] ECONOMICS
› a situation in which a person or thing, such as an industry or economy, is no longer working in the usual way or place: There is a lot of dislocation, and we have increasing numbers of families who are falling into hard times.economic/market dislocation There are fears that globalization is causing serious economic dislocation as competition intensifies and trade imbalances grow. dislocated adjective › The agency is determining how the meltdown in the local steel industry will translate into dislocated workers in other industries.