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dis·ar·range

 (dĭs′ə-rānj′)
tr.v. dis·ar·ranged, dis·ar·rang·ing, dis·ar·rang·es
To upset the proper arrangement or order of.

dis′ar·range′ment n.

disarrange

(ˌdɪsəˈreɪndʒ)
vb
(tr) to throw into disorder
ˌdisarˈrangement n

dis•ar•range

(ˌdɪs əˈreɪndʒ)

v.t. -ranged, -rang•ing.
to disturb the arrangement of; disorder; unsettle.
[1735–45]
dis`ar•range′ment, n.

disarrange


Past participle: disarranged
Gerund: disarranging

Imperative
disarrange
disarrange
Present
I disarrange
you disarrange
he/she/it disarranges
we disarrange
you disarrange
they disarrange
Preterite
I disarranged
you disarranged
he/she/it disarranged
we disarranged
you disarranged
they disarranged
Present Continuous
I am disarranging
you are disarranging
he/she/it is disarranging
we are disarranging
you are disarranging
they are disarranging
Present Perfect
I have disarranged
you have disarranged
he/she/it has disarranged
we have disarranged
you have disarranged
they have disarranged
Past Continuous
I was disarranging
you were disarranging
he/she/it was disarranging
we were disarranging
you were disarranging
they were disarranging
Past Perfect
I had disarranged
you had disarranged
he/she/it had disarranged
we had disarranged
you had disarranged
they had disarranged
Future
I will disarrange
you will disarrange
he/she/it will disarrange
we will disarrange
you will disarrange
they will disarrange
Future Perfect
I will have disarranged
you will have disarranged
he/she/it will have disarranged
we will have disarranged
you will have disarranged
they will have disarranged
Future Continuous
I will be disarranging
you will be disarranging
he/she/it will be disarranging
we will be disarranging
you will be disarranging
they will be disarranging
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been disarranging
you have been disarranging
he/she/it has been disarranging
we have been disarranging
you have been disarranging
they have been disarranging
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been disarranging
you will have been disarranging
he/she/it will have been disarranging
we will have been disarranging
you will have been disarranging
they will have been disarranging
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been disarranging
you had been disarranging
he/she/it had been disarranging
we had been disarranging
you had been disarranging
they had been disarranging
Conditional
I would disarrange
you would disarrange
he/she/it would disarrange
we would disarrange
you would disarrange
they would disarrange
Past Conditional
I would have disarranged
you would have disarranged
he/she/it would have disarranged
we would have disarranged
you would have disarranged
they would have disarranged
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.disarrange - destroy the arrangement or order of; "My son disarranged the papers on my desk"
ruffle up, rumple, mess up, ruffle - disturb the smoothness of; "ruffle the surface of the water"
muss, tussle - make messy or untidy; "the child mussed up my hair"
dishevel, tousle, tangle - disarrange or rumple; dishevel; "The strong wind tousled my hair"
move, displace - cause to move or shift into a new position or place, both in a concrete and in an abstract sense; "Move those boxes into the corner, please"; "I'm moving my money to another bank"; "The director moved more responsibilities onto his new assistant"
arrange, set up - put into a proper or systematic order; "arrange the books on the shelves in chronological order"
2.disarrange - disturb the arrangement of; "disarrange the papers"
disarray, disorder - bring disorder to
randomise, randomize - arrange in random order; "Randomize the order of the numbers"

disarrange

verb
2. To put (the hair or clothes) into a state of disarray:
Translations
يَعْبَثُ بِ، يُغَيِّر تَرْتيب
rozcuchatrozházet
bringe i uorden
szétzilál
aflaga
suardymassuvėlimassuvelti
sajaukt
robiť neporiadok

disarrange

[ˌdɪsəˈreɪndʒ] VTdesarreglar, descomponer

disarrange

disarrange

[ˌdɪsəˈreɪndʒ] vt (things) → buttare all'aria; (hair) → scompigliare

disarrange

(disəˈreindʒ) verb
to throw out of order; to make untidy. The strong wind had disarranged her hair.
ˌdisarˈrangement noun
References in classic literature ?
Indeed, I shouldn't have discovered that he had been there, except for the disarrangement of the drapery about the corpse's face, and for observing on the floor a curl of light hair, fastened with a silver thread; which, on examination, I ascertained to have been taken from a locket hung round Catherine's neck.
Neither, beyond the blowing out of the candle - which stood on a table between the door and my sister, and was behind her when she stood facing the fire and was struck - was there any disarrangement of the kitchen, excepting such as she herself had made, in falling and bleeding.
the ordering out of the Guards and the line to Belgium, and the mustering of the allied armies in that country under the command of his Grace the Duke of Wellington--such a dignified circumstance as that, I say, was entitled to the pas over all minor occurrences whereof this history is composed mainly, and hence a little trifling disarrangement and disorder was excusable and becoming.