Definición de destabilize en inglés:

destabilize

Silabificación: de·sta·bi·lize
Pronunciación: /dēˈstābəˌlīz
 
/

verbo

[with object]
Upset the stability of; cause unrest in: the discovery of an affair can destabilize a relationship
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • The relationship has come to dominate British debates affecting domestic and foreign issues and has destabilized both Labour and Conservative parties.
  • We have a Presidency, an executive power, which cannot be destabilized by a parliamentary destabilization.
  • Nothing destabilizes paramilitaries more than democracy and the people having choice.
Sinónimos
undermine, weaken, damage, subvert, sabotage, unsettle, upset, disrupt

Derivativos

destabilization

Pronunciación: /-ˌstābələˈzāSHən/
sustantivo
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • The cost of the war fueled social discontent and ultimately led to a major economic crisis and the destabilization of capitalist governments throughout the world.
  • The US is the primary force within world capitalism for the destabilization of international economic, political and military relations.
  • They're vulnerable forms of government, as you know, because a parliamentary government is inherently subject to destabilization.

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