destabilise


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destabilise


Past participle: destabilised
Gerund: destabilising

Imperative
destabilise
destabilise
Present
I destabilise
you destabilise
he/she/it destabilises
we destabilise
you destabilise
they destabilise
Preterite
I destabilised
you destabilised
he/she/it destabilised
we destabilised
you destabilised
they destabilised
Present Continuous
I am destabilising
you are destabilising
he/she/it is destabilising
we are destabilising
you are destabilising
they are destabilising
Present Perfect
I have destabilised
you have destabilised
he/she/it has destabilised
we have destabilised
you have destabilised
they have destabilised
Past Continuous
I was destabilising
you were destabilising
he/she/it was destabilising
we were destabilising
you were destabilising
they were destabilising
Past Perfect
I had destabilised
you had destabilised
he/she/it had destabilised
we had destabilised
you had destabilised
they had destabilised
Future
I will destabilise
you will destabilise
he/she/it will destabilise
we will destabilise
you will destabilise
they will destabilise
Future Perfect
I will have destabilised
you will have destabilised
he/she/it will have destabilised
we will have destabilised
you will have destabilised
they will have destabilised
Future Continuous
I will be destabilising
you will be destabilising
he/she/it will be destabilising
we will be destabilising
you will be destabilising
they will be destabilising
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been destabilising
you have been destabilising
he/she/it has been destabilising
we have been destabilising
you have been destabilising
they have been destabilising
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been destabilising
you will have been destabilising
he/she/it will have been destabilising
we will have been destabilising
you will have been destabilising
they will have been destabilising
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been destabilising
you had been destabilising
he/she/it had been destabilising
we had been destabilising
you had been destabilising
they had been destabilising
Conditional
I would destabilise
you would destabilise
he/she/it would destabilise
we would destabilise
you would destabilise
they would destabilise
Past Conditional
I would have destabilised
you would have destabilised
he/she/it would have destabilised
we would have destabilised
you would have destabilised
they would have destabilised
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.destabilise - become unstable; "The economy destabilized rapidly"
change - undergo a change; become different in essence; losing one's or its original nature; "She changed completely as she grew older"; "The weather changed last night"
stabilise, stabilize - become stable or more stable; "The economy stabilized"
2.destabilise - make unstable; "Terrorism destabilized the government"
alter, change, modify - cause to change; make different; cause a transformation; "The advent of the automobile may have altered the growth pattern of the city"; "The discussion has changed my thinking about the issue"
stabilize, stabilise - make stable and keep from fluctuating or put into an equilibrium; "The drug stabilized her blood pressure"; "stabilize prices"
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We know that unfortunately Iran is trying to wreak havoc on the region, and trying to destabilise the region by destabilising Iraq, and destabilising Lebanon and destabilising the Palestinian issue," Allawi told CNN on Sunday.
BOLTON manager Gary Megson has accused his players of trying to destabilise the club.
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Brian and I are extremely annoyed at what appears to be an effort to destabilise our work together to find the next England manager," said Brooking.
Gallas, who has had a solid tournament alongside Lilian Thuram in the centre of Les Bleus defence, claimed their opponents would use every trick in the book to try and destabilise his team, who have six players - five of whom are likely to start tonight - one yellow card from suspension.