Definition of


  1. (verb, change) interfere in someone else's activity
  2. (verb, change) throw into disorder
  3. (verb, communication) make a break in

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Synonyms of Disrupt

break up, cut off, interrupt

Origin of the word Disrupt

  1. 1650s, but rare before c.1820, from L. disrupt-, pp. stem of disrumpere (see disruption). Related: Disrupted; disrupting. more

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Words that sound like Disrupt

d. w. griffith, decrepit, decrepitate, decrepitude, decrypt, decurved, described, deserved, dioscorea batata, disrepute, disrupted

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