disruptive : Definition, Usages, News and More

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dis ruhp tiv

  • s  characterized by unrest or disorder or insubordination
    effects of the struggle will be violent and disruptive

  • Lucky offered to eliminate his boss and end the violence, which he saw as disruptive to business.
  • And there are crazy people around every corner disruptive types who spread graffiti and get in your way and throw you off your groove.
  • John Doerr became America's most famous venture capitalist by spotting the "disruptive innovations" that will change the world, by betting on stars like Amazon.
News & Articles


  • Michael Bloomberg in New York Times
    There are places that would be less expensive for the taxpayers and less disruptive,said Bloomberg.
  • George Lopez in Forbes
    The question is you have an actor who is trying to be a comedian who doesn't know what to do when an audience is disruptive,Lopez said. "He's an actor whose show has been off the air, he shouldn't ever be on a stand-up gig.

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