disorienting

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present participle of disorient
causing loss of physical or intellectual bearings; "making so many turns to the right and then the left was completely disorienting"; "a sharp blow to the head can be disorienting
disorient
To cause to lose orientation or direction
disorient
To confuse or befuddle
disorient
To turn away from the east; to confuse as to which way is east; to cause to lose one's bearings
disorient
dis·ori·ent disorients disorienting disoriented in BRIT, also use disorientate If something disorients you, you lose your sense of direction, or you generally feel lost and uncertain, for example because you are in an unfamiliar environment. An overnight stay at a friend's house disorients me = confuse + disoriented dis·ori·ent·ed I feel dizzy and disoriented. + disorienting dis·ori·ent·ing An abrupt change of location can be disorienting. + disorientation dis·ori·en·ta·tion Morris was so stunned by this that he experienced a moment of total disorientation
disorient
cause to be lost or disoriented
disorient
{f} confuse, cause to lose one's bearings, cause to lose sense of time and place
disorient
disorientate
disorienting

    Türkische aussprache

    dîsôrientîng

    Aussprache

    /dəsˈôrēˌentəɴɢ/ /dɪsˈɔːriːˌɛntɪŋ/

    Etymologie

    [ (")di-'sOr-E-"ent, -'sor- ] (transitive verb.) 1655. French désorienter, from dés- dis- + orienter to orient.

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