Definition of disservice in English:

disservice

Line breaks: dis|ser¦vice
Pronunciation: /dɪ(s)ˈsəːvɪs
 
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noun

[usually in singular]
  • A harmful action: you have done a disservice to the African people by ignoring this fact
    More example sentences
    • Slater actually does viewers a disservice by being less than embarrassing here.
    • Yur story is a disservice to the public and seems quite out of character with normal Register content.
    • But I would be doing the author a great disservice if I gave any impression that this is a political tract.
    Synonyms
    unkindness, bad turn, ill turn, disfavour, mischief; injury, harm, hurt, damage, offence; wrong, injustice
    informal kick in the teeth

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