English words and Examples of Usage

use "disrupt" in a sentence

Climate change also could disrupt the butterfly's migration pattern.

The key to breaking down Japan is to find ways to disrupt this rhythm.

Conflict in Ukraine and the Middle East could disrupt economic growth.

Collective bargaining rights for one team would disrupt that uniformity.

Why were these people trying to disrupt a local businessman's enterprise?

CloudFlare CEO Matthew Prince speaking at TechCrunch Disrupt SF 2015.

"We wanted to pick spots and run first-move sometimes and try to disrupt things.

CEO Mary Barra said GM plans to disrupt the auto industry in new forms of mobility.

He warns that chasing out his Popular Party could disrupt Spain's economic recovery.

They have the guns and the boots on the ground, they can disrupt terrorist operations."

“They were able to disrupt our timing and force us to play behind the rest of the night.”

“When you disrupt their flow of capital … they actually start paying attention,” she said.

Essentially, he wants to disrupt an industry that -- he argues -- has never been disrupted.

State of the Union: Obama's Robin Hood turn "We in no way want to disrupt the State of the Union.

“It is being done to disrupt them and to disrupt their ability to defend themselves,” Nevin said.

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distract - distort - distinguish - distinct - distance - dissolve
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