Traducción de derange en español:


hacer perder el juicio a, v.

Pronunciación /dəˈreɪndʒ/ /dɪˈreɪn(d)ʒ/

Ver definición en español de trastornar

verbo transitivo

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    (make insane)
    hacer perder el juicio a
    volver loco
    • In scoliosis, the anatomy is deranged not only at each vertebral level but also between the convex and concave sides of the curve in the spine.
    • As when an individual soldier lost his balance, many flailing and falling soldiers deranged the enemy formation causing a serious decrease in the enemy's own firepower.
    • Autosomal genes often showed deranged regulatory levels, indicating they were in pathways perturbed by X chromosomal changes.
    • My memory was deranged because of the new program.
    • The group kicked proceedings off, squeezing their way into hormonally deranged teen hearts, with a crisp and punchy pop-punk-pounce.
    • In other patients, the genes preparing neurofilament proteins that support the nerve fibers are deranged.
    • Sometimes the stress deranges the managers' senses.
    • It is well known that stress deranges the immune systems of human beings and non-human primates alike.
    • In addition, antibiotic treatment deranges protective flora and antibiotic resistant microbial strains emerge.
    • Several drugs have been shown to derange macrophage functions, bactericidal efficacy and production and secretion of cytokines.
    • Unforeseen accidents may derange our most profound schemes of policy.
    • Privately, she wondered if they were watching her to see if she would have a breakdown or if she was mentally deranged or something, but she said nothing to that effect.
    • Meanwhile, police based on preliminary investigation ruled out the possibility of him being mentally deranged.
    • His unhinged language suggested that persecution mania briefly deranged him.
    • The boy was from a good family but he was deranged in some way: he wouldn't eat, he quarrelled with everyone, and he refused to go out to work.
    • However, there is a distinct possibility that I am slightly deranged, so it could just be me that looks at life that way.
    • During this period many of the friends of the individual affected supposed him to be only very eccentric; while some, who had opportunities of observing him closely, were convinced that he was deranged.
    • Imagine going home to your family and friends and being told you were deranged!
    • No wonder I am deranged and will probably have to spend a big portion of my adult earnings in therapy.
    • And if you're deranged enough to forgo the spa treatments and the excuse to not wear real clothes for two days, there's golf, horse riding and mountain-biking on offer nearby.
    • Well I'm glad that's the only reason you're staring at me like I'm mentally deranged.
    • You are seriously deranged if you think I'm going to walk thirty miles!
    • Jordan looked at his wife, as if she was deranged.
    • I was so deranged that I actually considered getting therapy for myself.
    • Some of the people in the computer room were glancing at me like I was deranged.
    • Also, it could be why he is deranged now, since he obviously isn't on the medication.
    • Maybe it's just some psychotic or bored and deranged person making a prank call.
    • The father got custody of her because the mother is mentally deranged and the police think that this girl is in grave harm.
    • The psychologist concluded that the soldier was deranged, and wrote out his discharge from the army.
    • And I never dared to ask my parents or teacher for fear of being termed mentally deranged.
    • There was something demented and deranged about him, a little dark, a little disturbing, that actually scared her.
  • 2

    (plan/operations) trastornar
    (calm/routine) perturbar formal
    • From her gauze veiling the young woman spoke:-- "We are sorry to derange you. The guard made a mistake. Pardon!"