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Translation of "disorder" - English-Spanish dictionary

disorder

noun   /dɪˈsɔː·dər/
a disease or mental problem enfermedad, trastorno a blood disorder
[no plural] a situation in which things are untidy or confused and not organized caos His financial affairs are in complete disorder.
[no plural] uncontrolled, bad behaviour, especially by large groups of people disturbios crime and disorder
(Definition of disorder from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

disorder

noun /disˈoːdə/
lack of order; confusion or disturbance desorden The general strike threw the whole country into disorder scenes of disorder and rioting.
a disease trastorno a disorder of the lungs.
disorderly adjective
not neatly arranged; in confusion desordenado His clothes lay in a disorderly heap.
lawless; causing trouble turbulento, indisciplinado, alborotado, escandaloso He was arrested for being drunk and disorderly.
(Definition of disorder from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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