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Verb disorganise has 1 sense
  1. disorganize, disorganise - remove the organization from
    Antonyms: organize, organise
    Derived forms: noun disorganisation1, noun disorganisation2
    Sample sentences:
    Somebody ----s something
    Something ----s something

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Part of speech: Verb Sense 1: To disturb or throw into disorder; disrupt the order or arrangement of something. Example sentences:
  1. He disorganised his desk in search of his missing pen.
  2. The unexpected news disorganised his thoughts and made it difficult for him to concentrate on work.
Sense 2: To cause confusion or chaos in a group or organization. Example sentences:
  1. The strike disorganised the company's operations and resulted in significant delays.
  2. Protests and riots can easily disorganise a peaceful demonstration.
Sense 3: To mess up or create disorder in personal belongings or surroundings. Example sentences:
  1. Kids can easily disorganise a room with their toys scattered everywhere.
  2. She tends to disorganise her wardrobe every morning while searching for something to wear.
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