disorientate

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{f} confuse, cause to lose one's bearings, cause to lose sense of time and place
cause to be lost or disoriented
disorient
To turn away from the east, or (figuratively) from the right or the truth
disorientation
the loss of one's sense of direction, or of one's position in relationship with the surroundings
disorientated
past of disorientate
disorientated
{s} confused, lost
disorientates
third-person singular of disorientate
disorientating
present participle of disorientate
disorientation
Loss of awareness of the position of the self in relation to space, time, or other persons
disorientation
Not knowing where you are, who you are, or the current date Health professionals often speak of a normal person as being oriented "times three" which refers to person, place and time
disorientation
1 La tendency to loose the sense of the own position and direction in a non linear document 2 The geography of an informative network can be, without special navigation instruments very difficult to face Graphical approaches of software engineering have developed systems to display data retrieved from large and complex databases, using different approaches and points of view Besides, if a hypertext network is in large scale activated then the quantity of nodes and links of which it is composed renders almost impossible a proper spatial representation, unless some kind of filtering is used As a particular aspect of knowledge transfer processes, disorientation can be useful to learning In exploratory learning the departure map does not exist, but the student can create it
disorientation
Confusion; impairment of awareness of time, place, and person (the position of the self in relation to other persons)
disorientation
confusion (usually transient) about where you are and how to proceed; uncertainty as to direction; "his disorientation was the result of inattention"
disorientation
Inability to recognize or be aware of who we are (person), what we are doing (situation), the time and date (time), or where we are in relation to our environment (place) To be considered a problem, it must be consistent, result in difficulty functioning, and not due to forgetting or being lost
disorientation
{i} lack of orientation, confusion, loss of bearings
disorientation
According to relational dialectics, a nonfunctional response that arises from a feeling of overwhelming helplessness
disorientation
a delusion
disorientation
the loss of ones sense of direction, or of ones position in relationship with the surroundings
disorientation
Confusion about distances and directions for navigation
disorientation
a state of confusion with regard to time, place or identity
disorientation
a wild delusion (especially one induced by a hallucinogenic drug)
disorientation
confusion about the time of day, date, or season (time), where one is (place), or who one is (person) Confusion; impairment of awareness of time, place, and person (the position of the self in relation to other persons)
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