disrupted : Definition, Usages, News and More
- v make a break in
- v throw into disorder
This event disrupted the orderly process
- v interfere in someone else's activity
- s marked by breaks or gaps
many routes are unsafe or disrupted
- The SARS epidemic disrupted filming last year.
- The hospital said Raviotta "disrupted its efficient operation.
- Harvests have been seriously disrupted by freak weather, including prolonged droughts in Australia and southern Africa, floods in West Africa, and this past winter's deep frost in .
- Barack Obama in BBC News
The official added: "He [President Obama] said BP must meet its obligations to those whose lives have been disrupted and we will insist everything be done to cap the well, capture the oil, and pay for the clean up, the environmental damage done and...
- David Cameron in Telegraph.co.uk
In a Canadian newspaper article today, he says: "Too often these international meetings fail to live up to the hype and to the promises made. I'm sure other leaders would admit that. A lot of money is spent laying them on. Host cities are disrupted...
- Hugh Orde in Reuters UK
These groups are small. The Real and Continuity IRA are disrupted, infiltrated and disorganised,Chief Constable Hugh Orde wrote in the News of the World on Sunday. "We are working flat out with the security services and other specialists...