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dis·lo·cate

 (dĭs′lō-kāt′, dĭs-lō′kāt)
tr.v. dis·lo·cat·ed, dis·lo·cat·ing, dis·lo·cates
1. To put out of usual or proper place, position, or relationship.
2. To displace (a body part), especially to displace a bone from its normal position.
3. To throw into confusion or disorder; disrupt: a continuing drought that dislocated the state's economy.

[Medieval Latin dislocāre, dislocāt- : dis-, dis- + Latin locāre, to place (from locus, place).]

dislocate

(ˈdɪsləˌkeɪt)
vb (tr)
1. to disrupt or shift out of place or position
2. (Medicine) to displace (an organ or part) from its normal position, esp a bone from its joint

dis•lo•cate

(ˈdɪs loʊˌkeɪt, dɪsˈloʊ keɪt)

v.t. -cat•ed, -cat•ing.
1. to put out of place; put out of proper relative position.
2. to put out of joint or out of position, as a limb or an organ.
3. to throw out of order; disrupt.
[1595–1605; < Medieval Latin dislocātus, past participle of dislocāre= Latin dis- dis-1 + locāre to place]

dislocate


Past participle: dislocated
Gerund: dislocating

Imperative
dislocate
dislocate
Present
I dislocate
you dislocate
he/she/it dislocates
we dislocate
you dislocate
they dislocate
Preterite
I dislocated
you dislocated
he/she/it dislocated
we dislocated
you dislocated
they dislocated
Present Continuous
I am dislocating
you are dislocating
he/she/it is dislocating
we are dislocating
you are dislocating
they are dislocating
Present Perfect
I have dislocated
you have dislocated
he/she/it has dislocated
we have dislocated
you have dislocated
they have dislocated
Past Continuous
I was dislocating
you were dislocating
he/she/it was dislocating
we were dislocating
you were dislocating
they were dislocating
Past Perfect
I had dislocated
you had dislocated
he/she/it had dislocated
we had dislocated
you had dislocated
they had dislocated
Future
I will dislocate
you will dislocate
he/she/it will dislocate
we will dislocate
you will dislocate
they will dislocate
Future Perfect
I will have dislocated
you will have dislocated
he/she/it will have dislocated
we will have dislocated
you will have dislocated
they will have dislocated
Future Continuous
I will be dislocating
you will be dislocating
he/she/it will be dislocating
we will be dislocating
you will be dislocating
they will be dislocating
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been dislocating
you have been dislocating
he/she/it has been dislocating
we have been dislocating
you have been dislocating
they have been dislocating
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been dislocating
you will have been dislocating
he/she/it will have been dislocating
we will have been dislocating
you will have been dislocating
they will have been dislocating
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been dislocating
you had been dislocating
he/she/it had been dislocating
we had been dislocating
you had been dislocating
they had been dislocating
Conditional
I would dislocate
you would dislocate
he/she/it would dislocate
we would dislocate
you would dislocate
they would dislocate
Past Conditional
I would have dislocated
you would have dislocated
he/she/it would have dislocated
we would have dislocated
you would have dislocated
they would have dislocated
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.dislocate - move out of position; "dislocate joints"; "the artificial hip joint luxated and had to be put back surgically"
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"
2.dislocate - put out of its usual place, position, or relationship; "The colonists displaced the natives"
displace - cause to move, usually with force or pressure; "the refugees were displaced by the war"

dislocate

verb
1. put out of joint, disconnect, disengage, unhinge, disunite, disjoint, disarticulate, luxate (Medical) She had dislocated her shoulder in the fall.
2. disrupt, confuse, disturb, disorder, disorganize, throw into disarray The strike was designed to dislocate the economy.

dislocate

verb
1. To alter the settled state or position of:
2. To displace (a bone) from a socket or joint:
Idiom: throw out of joint.
Translations
يَخْلَع
vykloubitvymknoutpřesunout
forvride
fara úr liîi
išnarinimasišnarinti
izmežģīt
vykĺbiť si
yerinden çıkarmak/ oynatmak

dislocate

[ˈdɪsləʊkeɪt] VT
1. (= put out of joint) [+ bone] → dislocarse
he dislocated his shoulderse dislocó el hombro
2. (= disrupt) [+ traffic] → trastornar; [+ plans] → trastocar
3. (= displace) [+ person] → desplazar

dislocate

[ˈdɪsləkeɪt] vt
[+ shoulder, elbow, hip, ankle, jaw, finger] → disloquer, déboîter
He has dislocated his shoulder → Il s'est disloqué l'épaule.
(= disrupt) [+ service] → désorganiser; [+ system, process] → bouleverser
(= force to move) [+ worker, refugee] → déplacer

dislocate

vt (Med) → verrenken, ausrenken; (fig) plansdurcheinanderbringen; to dislocate one’s shouldersich (dat)den Arm auskugeln

dislocate

[ˈdɪsləʊkeɪt] vt (Med) → slogare, lussare (fig) (plans) → scombussolare
he dislocated his shoulder → si è lussato una spalla

dislocate

(ˈdisləkeit) , ((American) -lou-) verb
to put (a bone) out of joint; to displace. She dislocated her hip when she fell.
ˌdisloˈcation noun

dis·lo·cate

v. dislocar, descoyuntar, desencajar.

dislocate

vt luxarse, dislocarse; How did he dislocate his shoulder?..¿Cómo se dislocó el hombro?
References in classic literature ?
But she shook her head to that extent when she was shown it, that we were terrified lest in her weak and shattered state she should dislocate her neck.
These horrible chills, which make my teeth chatter and seem to dislocate my bones, begin to pervade my whole frame; in five minutes the malady will reach its height, and in a quarter of an hour there will be nothing left of me but a corpse.
And only yesterday I was yawning so as to dislocate my jaw, and declaring that there was nothing new under the sun
But first, before they staked her, their plan was to dislocate her joints and break the big bones of the arms and legs.