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disorganized

División en sílabas: dis·or·gan·ized
Pronunciación: /disˈôrɡəˌnīzd
 
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Definición de disorganized en inglés:

adjetivo

1Not properly planned and controlled: the campaign was hopelessly disorganized
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Why do we do accumulate, hoard and keep our homes and offices in messy, untidy, disorganized clutter?
  • In short, almost all subjects with a flexible strategy have high control beliefs, and the majority of the subjects with a disorganized strategy show low control beliefs.
  • But these were not disorganized attempts to win control over extended territories, and since the king was always accompanied by his entire court these journeys could not be improvised.
Sinónimos
disorderly, disordered, unorganized, jumbled, muddled, untidy, messy, chaotic, topsy-turvy, haphazard, ragtag;
in disorder, in disarray, in a mess, in a muddle, in a shambles, shambolic
1.1(Of a person) unable to plan one’s activities efficiently: my boss decided that I was unproductive and disorganized
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • To some he appeared disorganized, slapdash, cheerful to the point of flippancy.
  • In the second half discipline went out of the window and you'd have to feel sorry for McEniff as he tries to deal with such an undisciplined, disorganised group of players.
  • Now it is being extended to adults who are simply noticeably inefficient, disorganised and failing in their careers.
Sinónimos
unmethodical, unsystematic, undisciplined, badly organized, inefficient;
haphazard, careless, slapdash
informal sloppy, hit-and-miss

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