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The meaning of Disruptors

dɪsˈrʌp.tər

Disruptors – definition

noun

A person or thing that prevents something, especially a system, process, or event, from continuing as usual or as expected

Usage examples:

Endocrine/hormone disruptors
noun

A company that changes the traditional way an industry operates, especially in a new and effective way

Usage examples:

If customers talk to everybody else they get the status quo. we're the innovator; we're the disrupt…

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颠覆者

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Verstoorders

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Perturbateurs

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Disruptoren

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विघ्न डालने वाले

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Disgregatori

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파괴자

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Разрушители

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Disruptores

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