Translation of disorganization in Spanish:

disorganization

desorganización, n.

Pronunciation /dɪsˌɔrɡ(ə)nəˈzeɪʃ(ə)n/ /dɪsˌɔːɡənʌɪˈzeɪʃ(ə)n/

noun

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    desorganización feminine
    • I am particularly concerned about this, considering the present disorganisation in the Grand Council.
    • One would have thought that a rise in fascism would come from someone else exploiting the disorganisation of our old enemies.
    • In thickly settled nations, with few dormant resources, a long war usually produces industrial disorganization and financial exhaustion.
    • The play on the field reflected the disorganization and unclear power distribution between the coaching staff and owner.
    • Maybe, working together, they could overcome the disorganisation, the difficulties, and fix this hospital.
    • For a time his treachery caused such disorganization in the army that the city fell into the hands of the Czechs and Whites.
    • The first round of voting included widespread disorganization, violence, intimidation, and fraud.
    • Likewise, the disorganization of relief operations is a waste of precious resources.
    • He relied on military power, the element of surprise, and the disorganisation of the Imperial Court.