verb (used with object)
Origin of disrupt
Examples from the Web for disruptor
“Most Facebook gaming takes place during the workday,” said Hank Halley, chief operating officer of Disruptor Beam.'Game of Thrones' Facebook App Ascent Just Too Popular in Its First Week|Winston Ross|February 27, 2013|DAILY BEAST
British Dictionary definitions for disruptor
Word Origin for disrupt
Word Origin and History for disruptor
1650s, but rare before c.1820, from Latin disruptus, past participle of disrumpere (see disruption). Or perhaps a back-formation from disruption. Related: Disrupted; disrupting.