US: /dɪˈsɔɹdɝ/
UK: /dɪsˈɔːdɐ/

English Vietnamese dictionary

disorder /dis'ɔ:də/
  • danh từ
    • sự mất trật tự, sự bừa bãi, sự lộn xộn
    • sự hỗn loạn, sự rối loạn, sự náo loạn
    • (y học) sự khó ở, sự rối loạn (một chức năng của cơ thể)
    • ngoại động từ
      • làm mất trật tự, làm bừa bãi, làm lộn xộn
      • làm hỗn loạn, làm rối loạn, làm náo loạn
      • (y học) làm khó ở, làm rối loạn (một chức năng của cơ thể)

    Advanced English dictionary

    + noun
    1 [U] an untidy state; a lack of order or organization: His financial affairs were in complete disorder. + The room was in a state of disorder. + Everyone began shouting at once and the meeting broke up in disorder.
    Antonym: ORDER
    2 [U] violent behaviour of large groups of people: an outbreak of rioting and public disorder + Twenty people were arrested after a night of civil disorder.
    Compare: ORDER (3)
    3 [C, U] an illness that causes a part of the body to stop functioning correctly: a blood / bowel disorder + eating disorders + He was suffering from some form of psychiatric disorder. + a rare disorder of the liver + Most people with acute mental disorder can be treated at home.

    Thesaurus dictionary

    1 disarray, confusion, chaos, disorderliness, disorganization, untidiness, mess, muddle, jumble, hash, mishmash, tangle, hotchpotch or US and Canadian also hodgepodge, derangement, shambles, clutter:
    After the party, the place was in terrible disorder.
    2 tumult, riot, disturbance, pandemonium, upheaval, ferment, fuss, unrest, uproar, hubbub, hullabaloo, commotion, clamour, turbulence, turmoil, turbulence, violence, bedlam, free-for-all, rumpus, brouhaha, fracas, affray, fray, brawl, Donnybrook, scuffle, fight, mêlée or melee, battle royal, battle, civil disorder, breach of the peace, Colloq Brit kerfuffle or carfuffle or kurfuffle, Slang Brit bovver:
    The army had to be called out to quell the disorder.
    3 ailment, illness, sickness, affliction, malady, affection, complaint, disease:
    The doctors diagnosed it as a liver disorder.
    4 upset, disarrange, muddle, confuse, confound, unsettle, disorganize, discompose, shake up, disturb, mix (up), befuddle, jumble, scramble, tangle, snarl:
    You obscure the sense when you disorder the words.

    Collocation dictionary

    1 untidy state




    throw sth into
    The country was thrown into disorder by the strikes.


    in ~
    He died suddenly, leaving his financial affairs in complete disorder.


    a state of disorder

    2 violent behaviour


    major, serious | widespread | violent | civil, crowd, public, social | political


    There have been outbreaks of serious public disorder.


    create, lead to | quell
    Troops were sent in to quell the disorder.
    | prevent
    new restrictions aimed at preventing social disorder

    3 illness


    serious, severe | chronic | common, rare | genetic, inherited | blood, brain, etc. | circulatory, eating, etc.
    Anorexia is a common eating disorder.
    | behavioural, emotional, mental, nervous, personality, physical, psychiatric, psychological


    have, suffer from
    She suffers from a rare blood disorder.
    | treat


    affect sth
    disorders affecting the very old, such as senile dementia > Special page at ILLNESS

    Concise English dictionary

    +condition in which there is a disturbance of normal functioning
    +a condition in which things are not in their expected places
    +a disturbance of the peace or of public order
    +disturb in mind or make uneasy or cause to be worried or alarmed
    +bring disorder to