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disruptverb [T]

uk   us   /dɪsˈrʌpt/
B2 to prevent something, especially a system, process, or event, from continuing as usual or as expected: Heavy snow disrupted travel into the city this morning. The meeting was disrupted by a group of protesters who shouted and threw fruit at the speaker.
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disruption
noun [C or U] uk   us   /-ˈrʌp.ʃən/
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C1 The accident is causing widespread disruption on the roads.
Translations of “disrupt”
in Arabic يُعطّل…
in Korean 중단시키다…
in Malaysian ganggu…
in French perturber…
in Turkish bölmek, araya girmek, sekte vurmak…
in Italian interrompere…
in Chinese (Traditional) 打斷,中斷,擾亂…
in Russian срывать (урок и т. д.)…
in Polish zakłócać…
in Vietnamese làm rối loạn…
in Spanish interrumpir, trastornar, alterar…
in Portuguese romper, interromper…
in Thai ทำลาย…
in German unterbrechen…
in Catalan interrompre, alterar…
in Japanese ~を混乱させる, ~を邪魔する…
in Indonesian mengacau…
in Chinese (Simplified) 打断,中断,扰乱…
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