Definition of disorientate in English:

disorientate

Syllabification: dis·o·ri·en·tate
Pronunciation: /disˈôrēənˌtāt
 
/

verb

British
Another term for disorient.
More example sentences
  • You are totally disorientated but are told to keep focusing on the red dot, then at the spot vacated by the red dot when it's switched off.
  • And after years of lost post and disorientated visitors, it seems the residents may finally have their way.
  • I know you tend to get lost in the airport but I'm as disorientated as you are.

Derivatives

disorientation

Pronunciation: /-ˌôrēənˈtāSHən/
noun
More example sentences
  • Within the walls, the narrow streets twist tourists around, causing confusion and disorientation.
  • Not knowing what she was going to do, and overcome with sudden nervousness and disorientation, she slid down to the floor and held her head in her hands.
  • There may also be drowsiness, fits and confusion or disorientation.

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