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1(meeting/class) perturbar el desarrollo de(traffic/communications) crear problemas de(traffic/communications) afectar a(plans) desbaratar(plans) trastocar(relations) afectar (a)(relations) deteriorarthe country was disrupted by the strike — la huelga conmocionó la vida del país
- It only defers its end by disrupting the social event with which it begins.
- The contest became a target in 1970 when women protesters disrupted the event.
- Arrangements also have to be made for visitors to view it, without disrupting the daily activities of the embassy.
- The roof structure itself can be added on to, again, without disrupting the ongoing activities of the airport.
- Martin later made a point of thanking the pickets for not disrupting the event.
- All of this in spite of insurgents' efforts to disrupt the reconstruction process.
- Police said they had mounted the operation to ensure the safety of those attending the club and to disrupt criminal activities.
- We've done a great deal to disrupt their activity and influence the flow of money.
- It will specifically target offenders and disrupt their activities.
- The notion that a small group would disrupt the event for reasons of self-interest will be regarded as distasteful.
- They were targeted after police visited or monitored their homes in a bid to to disrupt their activities.
- Strike action would disrupt performances in the company's current summer festival season.
- Such categorization often results in intellectual stereotyping that disrupts the process of equipping students for ministry.
- They also play havoc with IP transmissions by disrupting the acknowledgement process.
- We trust that the courts will not allow the first of these matters to be abused by those intent on disrupting the arbitral process.
- Regular mealtimes and other activities are not disrupted by the arrival of a child.
- It is feared that low-flying seagulls could disrupt events such as beach volleyball.
- Then they have these people coming out, disrupting the election procedures.
- The participants had no intention of disrupting the special session.
- Suffragettes were jailed for offences ranging from disrupting political meetings or refusing to pay taxes, to assault.
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