Disrupt the systematic order or functioning of: attacks on leading government figures might disorganize the regime
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- All of this creates burdensome and disorganizing levels of stress, which is a major cause of divorce and the creation of single-parent families.
- He claimed the measure would disorganise payments in many parts of the country where local enterprises did not have access to the big national banks.
- Whatever you do, don't detour to answer every misplaced question as this disturbs continuity, decreases clarity and disorganizes an otherwise structured explanation.
late 18th century (dating from the French Revolution): from French désorganiser.
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- Many of the accusations seem at least as easy to explain in terms of disorganization and confusion as intentional mischief.
- The scale of that was even more tragic than this, but there was confusion, there was disorganization.
- Performances tend to be frustrating, with flashes of high skill and impressive athleticism undermined by naive disorganisation and lack of commitment.
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