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  1. disorder

    • IPA[dɪsˈɔːdə]

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    • n.
      a state of confusion;the breakdown of peaceful and law-abiding public behaviour
    • v.
      disrupt the systematic functioning or neat arrangement of
    • noun: disorder, plural noun: disorders

    • verb: disorder, 3rd person present: disorders, gerund or present participle: disordering, past tense: disordered, past participle: disordered

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    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. a state of confusion:

      the world 's currency markets were in disorder

    • 2. the breakdown of peaceful and law-abiding public behaviour:

      recurrent food crises led to outbreaks of disorder

    • 3. an illness or condition that disrupts normal physical or mental functions:

      skin disorders

      eating disorders

    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. disrupt the systematic functioning or neat arrangement of:

      they are disordering the political landscape

      she disordered the house to suggest that the killer had been a burglar

    • adj. not neatly arranged; confused and untidy:

    • she went to comb her disordered hair

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    • adj. not neatly arranged; confused and untidy:

    • she went to comb her disordered hair

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    • n. a mental condition marked by alternating periods of elation and depression.

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    • n. another term for mood disorder

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    • n. a deeply ingrained pattern of behaviour of a specified kind that deviates markedly from the norms of generally accepted behaviour, typically apparent by the time of adolescence, and causing long-term difficulties in personal relationships or in functioning in society:

    • this personality disorder is characterized by a lack of guilt and an inability to form lasting relationships

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    • n. a range of antisocial types of behaviour displayed in childhood or adolescence:

    • sons of aggressive fathers are particularly prone to conduct disorder

      males have higher rates of hyperactivity and conduct disorders

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    • n. any of a range of psychological disorders characterized by abnormal or disturbed eating habits (such as anorexia nervosa):

    • she went into therapy, hoping to put an end to her chronic eating disorder

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    • n. a disorder of cognitive organization, characteristic of psychotic mental illness, in which thoughts and conversation appear illogical and lacking in sequence and may be delusional or bizarre in content:

    • overinclusive thinking has been suggested as an explanation of certain forms of thought disorder

      schizophrenia is primarily a thought disorder

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    • IPA[ˌdisˈôrdər]

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    • n.
      a state of confusion:
    • tiresome days of mess and disorder
    • v.
      disrupt the systematic functioning or neat arrangement of:
    • they are disordering the political landscape

      she disordered the house to suggest that the killer had been a burglar

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