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Definitions from WordNet

Verb disenable has 1 sense
  1. disable, disenable, incapacitate - make unable to perform a certain action; "disable this command on your computer"
    --1 is one way to change, alter, modify
    Sample sentences:
    Somebody ----s something
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    Something ----s somebody

Definitions from the Web

Term: disenable

Part of Speech: Verb

Definition: To make someone unable or incapable of doing something; to deprive of abilities or disable.

Sense 1:

Usage: In a physical sense, disenable refers to causing someone to lose their ability to perform a certain action or function due to injury, illness, or other impairments.

Sample Sentence: The accident disenabled the athlete from ever running again.

Sense 2:

Usage: In a figurative sense, disenable means to hinder or prevent someone from achieving their goals or potential.

Sample Sentence: Lack of motivation can disenable individuals from reaching their full potential.

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