disrupt

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Englisch - Türkisch
{f} dağıtmak
{f} bozmak
engel olmak
{f} dağılmak
bozulma

Bazı alevlenmeyi geciktiriciler kanser ve hormonal bozulmalara neden olabilir. - Some flame retardants can cause cancer and hormonal disruptions.

{f} yarmak
{f} karışıklığa itmek
{f} ayırmak
disruption karışıklık içine itme
dağıt
karışıklık içine itmek
bozulmasına yol açmak
(Kanun) engellemek
altüst etmek
(Kanun) sekteye uğratmak
bölmek
aksatmak
{f} parçalanmak
dağit
çatlama
{f} (toplantının) kesilmesine yol açmak
karıştır
(Askeri) Karışıklık içine itmek, engel olmak
kırıp ayırmak
kesilme

Küçük ama sesli bir azınlık, toplantının kesilmesine yol açtı. - A small, but vocal minority, disrupted the meeting.

{f} bozulmak
disruptive yıkıcı
yarık
çatlatmak
bozucu
{f} parçalamak
engel olma
(Kanun) sekte vurmak
disruptive
yıkıcı

Çalışma vardiyaları aile hayatı için son derece yıkıcı olabilir. - Working shifts can be extremely disruptive to family life.

disrupt investigation
bozabilir soruşturma
disrupt the lesson
ders kaynatmak
disrupt the class
dersi kaynatmak
disrupt the lesson
dersi kaynatmak
disrupted
boz

Toplantıda o, tartışmayı tekeline aldı ve davayı tamamen bozdu. - At the meeting he monopolized the discussion and completely disrupted the proceeding.

Benim uyku döngüm bozuldu? - My sleep cycle has been disrupted.

disruption
bozulma

Bazı alevlenmeyi geciktiriciler kanser ve hormonal bozulmalara neden olabilir. - Some flame retardants can cause cancer and hormonal disruptions.

disruption
{i} karışıklığa itme
disruptive
{s} karışıklığa/kargaşaya yol açan
disruptive
{s} işleri aksatan
disruptive
bozucu
disrupted
bozulan
disrupted
bozulmuş
disrupted
altüst olmak
disrupting
bozarak
disrupting
bozan
disruption
(Denizbilim) parçalama
disruption
aksama
disruption
karmaşa
disruption
(Ticaret) işleyişini durdurma
disruption
{i} parçalanma
disruptive
bölücü
disruptive
birliği bozan
disruptive
kargaşaya yol açan
disrupting
{f} boz
disruption
bozma
disruption
kesilme
disrupted
boz(mak)
disrupting
boz(mak)
present participle of disrupt
bozabilir bugünkü sıfat
disrupting
bozma
disruption
(Biyoloji) yarılma
disruption
karıştırma
disruption
(Tıp) Ayrılma, yarılma, çatlama
disruptive
parçalayıcı
disruptive
{s} aksatan
disruptive
karıştırıcı
disruptive
(Tıp) Ayırıcı, yarıcı, çatlatıcı
disruptively
bozucu bir şekilde
disruptively
karıştırıcı bir şekilde
Englisch - Englisch
To interrupt or impede

Work on the tunnel was disrupted by a strike.

To throw into confusion or disorder

Hecklers disrupted the man's speech.

to burst or break asunder
{a} rent, torn, broken, broken in pieces
to interrupt; to break apart
to interrupt or impede something
make a break in; "We interrupt the program for the following messages"
interfere in someone else's activity; "Please don't interrupt me while I'm on the phone"
A specialized use of the spell Dispel Magic
throw into disorder; "This event disrupted the orderly process
throw into disorder; "This event disrupted the orderly process"
To break asunder; to rend
{f} upset; disturb, interrupt; divide
If someone or something disrupts an event, system, or process, they cause difficulties that prevent it from continuing or operating in a normal way. Anti-war protesters disrupted the debate. to prevent something from continuing in its usual way by causing problems (disruptus, from rumpere )
Rent off; torn asunder; severed; disrupted
A tactical obstacle intent to focus fire planning and obstacle effort to break up an enemy's formation, interrupt his time table, cause the premature commitment of breach assets, and piecemeal his attack May be used to separate combat echelons or combat forces from their logistical support The disrupt intent is conveyed through the disrupt graphic
disrupt investigation
disturb or impede an investigation
disrupted
Simple past tense and past participle of disrupt
disruption
A continuing act of disorder
disruption
An interruption to the regular flow or sequence of something
disruption
{n} a breaking asunder, breach, rent
Disruption
disrupture
Disruption
diruption
disrupted
past of disrupt
disrupted
Subject to disruption
disrupted
maked by breaks or gaps; "many routes are unsafe or disrupted
disrupted
maked by breaks or gaps; "many routes are unsafe or disrupted"
disrupter
{i} interrupter, one who creates a disturbance
disrupter
Someone or something that disrupts
disrupters
plural of disrupter
disrupting
present participle of disrupt
disruption
when an adoption is discontinued or annulled through a decision by the adoptive parents, the child, or a legal authority, before or after finalization
disruption
When there is disruption of an event, system, or process, it is prevented from continuing or operating in a normal way. The strike is expected to cause delays and disruption to flights from Britain. a situation in which something is prevented from continuing in its usual way
disruption
A structural defect of an organ, part of an organ, or a larger region of the body resulting from the extrinsic breakdown of, or an interference with, an originally normal developmental process
disruption
If the child of an individual that matches schema H does not itself match H, the schema is said to have been disrupted
disruption
an event that results in a displacement or discontinuity
disruption
The act or rending asunder, or the state of being rent asunder or broken in pieces; breach; rent; dilaceration; rupture; as, the disruption of rocks in an earthquake; disruption of a state
disruption
The act of breaking regular flow or sequence of something
disruption
the act of causing disorder
disruption
{i} upset; interruption, disturbance; division
disruption
Undesirable disturbance
disruption
A child leaves the adoptive home prior to the finalization of the adoption This can occur in three situations: (1) the birth parents revoke their consent to the adoption; (2) the adoptive parents choose to return the child for reasons of their own; or (3) the agency disrupts the adoption if the adoptive parents are not complying with post placement requirements or are endangering the child in any way
disruption
The strategy of waiting until someone has committed to a particular course of action with their cards and then to pull the carpet out from underneath them "It's a pity your deck is so reliant Items and Skills, because here's a big ol' Computer Invasion for you Disruption triumphs again!"
disruption
a disorderly outburst or tumult; "they were amazed by the furious disturbance they had caused"
disruption
Breakpoint that is represented by either a major disagreement or a conflict
disruption
An intentional action or set of actions initiated within the informal system of an organization that dislodges people from behavioral routines they take for granted This presents other ways of perceiving and responding that leads to greater experimentation and learning overall
disruption
an act of delaying or interrupting the continuity; "it was presented without commercial breaks"
disruptions
plural of disruption
disruptive
Causing disrupt or unrest
disruptive
Causing, or tending to cause, disruption; caused by disruption; breaking through; bursting; as, the disruptive discharge of an electrical battery
disruptive
characterized by unrest or disorder or insubordination; "effects of the struggle will be violent and disruptive"; "riotous times"; "these troubled areas"; "the tumultuous years of his administration"; "a turbulent and unruly childhood"
disruptive
{s} upsetting; disturbing; divisive
disruptive
ruptive
disruptive
To be disruptive means to prevent something from continuing or operating in a normal way. Alcohol can produce violent, disruptive behavior. causing problems and preventing something from continuing in its usual way disruptive to
disruptively
in an upsetting manner; in a disturbing manner; divisively
disruptively
In a disruptive manner
disrupts
third person singular of disrupt
disrupt
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