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dis•turb



Pronunciation: (di-stûrb'), [key]
v.t.
1. to interrupt the quiet, rest, peace, or order of; unsettle.
2. to interfere with; interrupt; hinder: Please do not disturb me when I'm working.
3. to interfere with the arrangement, order, or harmony of; disarrange: to disturb the papers on her desk.
4. to perplex; trouble: to be disturbed by strange behavior.

v.i.
to cause disturbance to someone's sleep, rest, etc.: Do not disturb.

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