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Disrupting

dɪsˈrʌpt

Meanings of Disrupting:

verb

Interrupt (an event, activity, or process) by causing a disturbance or problem.

Usage examples:

Flooding disrupted rail services

Disruption

dɪsˈrʌp.ʃən

Meanings of Disruption:

noun

Disturbance or problems which interrupt an event, activity, or process.

Usage examples:

The scheme was planned to minimize disruption

Disruptions

dɪsˈrʌp.ʃən

Meanings of Disruptions:

noun

Disturbance or problems which interrupt an event, activity, or process.

Usage examples:

The scheme was planned to minimize disruption

Disruptive

dɪsˈrʌp.tɪv

Meanings of Disruptive:

adjective

Causing or tending to cause disruption.

Usage examples:

Disruptive pupils

Meanings of Disruptively:

adverb

In a way that causes trouble and therefore stops something from continuing as usual

Usage examples:

He was sent out of the classroom for behaving disruptively., the technology delivered a high-defini…

Disruptor

dɪsˈrʌp.tər

Meanings of Disruptor:

noun

A person or thing that interrupts an event, activity, or process by causing a disturbance or problem.

Usage examples:

The film follows his evolution from hollywood star to political disruptor

Disruptors

dɪsˈrʌp.tər

Meanings of Disruptors:

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

Meanings of Disrupts:

verb

Interrupt (an event, activity, or process) by causing a disturbance or problem.

Usage examples:

Flooding disrupted rail services

Diss

dɪs

Meanings of Diss:

verb

Speak disrespectfully to or criticize.

Usage examples:

I don't like her dissing my friends
noun

Disrespectful talk.

Dissatisfaction

dɪsˌsæt.ɪsˈfæk.ʃən

Meanings of Dissatisfaction:

noun

Lack of satisfaction.

Usage examples:

Widespread public dissatisfaction with incumbent politicians

Dissatisfactions

dɪssatɪsˈfakʃn

Meanings of Dissatisfactions:

noun

Lack of satisfaction.

Usage examples:

Widespread public dissatisfaction with incumbent politicians

Meanings of Dissatisfied:

adjective

Not content or happy with something.

Usage examples:

His parents are dissatisfied with the quality of tuition on offer
verb

Fail to satisfy (someone).

Usage examples:

What is it about these words that dissatisfies you?

Meanings of Dissatisfies:

verb

Fail to satisfy (someone).

Usage examples:

What is it about these words that dissatisfies you?

Dissatisfy

dɪ(s)ˈsatɪsfʌɪ

Meanings of Dissatisfy:

verb

Fail to satisfy (someone).

Usage examples:

What is it about these words that dissatisfies you?

Dissatisfying

dɪ(s)ˈsatɪsfʌɪ

Meanings of Dissatisfying:

verb

Fail to satisfy (someone).

Usage examples:

What is it about these words that dissatisfies you?

Dissave

dɪsˈseɪv

Meanings of Dissave:

verb

To spend money that has been saved

Usage examples:

The retired elderly are one group that tends to dissave.

Meanings of Dissaved:

verb

To spend money that has been saved

Usage examples:

The retired elderly are one group that tends to dissave.

Dissaves

dɪsˈseɪv

Meanings of Dissaves:

verb

To spend money that has been saved

Usage examples:

The retired elderly are one group that tends to dissave.

Dissaving

dɪsˈseɪvɪŋ

Meanings of Dissaving:

noun

The action of spending more than one has earned in a given period.

Usage examples:

Prestowitz examines this claim within the context of deficits, dissaving, and u.s consumption as th…

Meanings of Dissect:

verb

Methodically cut up (a body or plant) in order to study its internal parts.

Usage examples:

An animal's eye can be easily dissected

Dissected

daɪˈsekt

Meanings of Dissected:

adjective

Having been cut up for anatomical study.

Usage examples:

This leads king into an extended digression on michelangelo's use of nudity, including the evidence…
verb

Methodically cut up (a body or plant) in order to study its internal parts.

Usage examples:

An animal's eye can be easily dissected

Dissecting

daɪˈsekt

Meanings of Dissecting:

verb

Methodically cut up (a body or plant) in order to study its internal parts.

Usage examples:

An animal's eye can be easily dissected

Dissection

daɪˈsek.ʃən

Meanings of Dissection:

noun

The action of dissecting a body or plant to study its internal parts.

Usage examples:

The dissection of animals for scientific research

Meanings of Dissections:

noun

The action of dissecting a body or plant to study its internal parts.

Usage examples:

The dissection of animals for scientific research

Dissects

daɪˈsekt

Meanings of Dissects:

verb

Methodically cut up (a body or plant) in order to study its internal parts.

Usage examples:

An animal's eye can be easily dissected

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