Origin of disrupt
OTHER WORDS FROM disruptdis·rupt·er, dis·rup·tor, nounnon·dis·rupt·ing, adjectivenon·dis·rupt·ing·ly, adverbun·dis·rupt·ed, adjective
How to use disrupt in a sentence
But the question is: can the ability to be an entrepreneur or an economic disrupter be taught?The $100 Million Question: Can Entrepreneurship Be Taught?|CNBC|May 13, 2013|DAILY BEAST
They tried reaching out to ask if the disrupter would delete his post for a few minutes, but he balked.
Instantly his disrupter burst appeared on the screen off the starboard bow of the black enemy.
Static from the now almost constant disrupter blasts ripped and crackled across the hum of the set.
You're taking the machine gun, I'll work the invisibility disrupter, and Arcot will run the ship.
In moments the ammeter connected with the disrupter beam began to rise so rapidly that Morey watched it with some concern.
There was another disrupter burst and a sudden flutter of the controls.