Traducción de disorientation en español:

disorientation

desorientación, n.

Pronunciación /dɪsˌɔriənˈteɪʃ(ə)n/ /dɪsɔːrɪɛnˈteɪʃ(ə)n/

Ver definición en español de desorientación

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    desorientación femenino
    • The pilot unsuspectingly placed the aircraft in an unusual attitude by not staying on instruments, allowing incapacitating disorientation to encroach on him.
    • By 14,000 ft, the air would have started to become too thin to breathe, causing severe disorientation.
    • To avoid disorientation, a signage designer has inserted clues on all kinds of surfaces to keep patrons from getting lost.
    • He struggled to bring the aircraft under control while he dealt with spatial disorientation induced by the lack of visible horizon.
    • The board concluded that the accident's probable cause was disorientation caused by haze and a dark night.
    • When you walk through a labyrinth, you often have a feeling of disorientation or even fear, because you don't know where you're going.
    • Movement in any other direction than shoreward in circumstances of disorientation would take the animal away from food and mates, with maladaptive consequences.
    • There are no distinctions of light and darkness, and together with the combination of several perspectives, this contributes to a general impression of disorientation in space.
    • There is concern that boats in the river could pose a danger to the whale, with the noise of their engines adding to its disorientation.
    • This was, though, nothing compared to the disorientation we suffered from navigating Milton Keynes.