Word: perturb

Category: perturb

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Related words: perturb

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Synonyms: perturb

worry, upset, unsettle, disturb, concern, trouble, disquiet, disconcert, discomfit, unnerve, alarm, bother, distress, dismay, gnaw at, agitate, fluster, ruffle, discountenance, rattle, throw, unhinge, disorder, cark, distract, derange

Translations: perturb

spanish
perturbar, perturban, perturbar la, perturbar el, perturbar a


german
stören, zu stören, beunruhigen

french
troubler, infester, interrompre, gêner, troublons, ...

italian
turbare

portuguese
perturbar, perturbam, perturba, perturbe

dutch
verstoren, te verstoren, verstoren het, verontrusten

russian
обеспокоить, нарушать, смущать, переполошить, беспокоить, ...

norwegian
forurolige

swedish
störa, stör, rubba, rubb

finnish
vaivata, kuohuttaa, häiritä

danish
forstyrre, forstyrrer, perturbere, forurolige, foruroliger

czech
rozrušit, rušit, znepokojovat

polish
zakłócać, zatrwożyć, przeszkadzać, niepokoić, zaniepokoić

hungarian
összezavar, háborgat, háborítja, megzavarjuk

turkish
kafasını karıştırmak, karıştırmayı, de karıştırabilir, bozmakta ve

greek
διαταράσσω, διαταράσσουν, διαταράξει, διαταράξουν, να διαταράξουν

ukrainian
порушувати, обурювати, непокоїти, бентежте

albanian
shqetësoj, trazoj, turbulloj, të shqetësoj

bulgarian
смущавам, вълнувам, обезпокоявам, смущава, да смущава

belarusian
абураць

estonian
häirima, häirida, häirivad, häiri, segavad

croatian
uzbuditi, narušiti, uznemirivati, poremetiti

lithuanian
jaudinti, sudrumsti, drumsti, Bulwersować, kelti nerimą

latvian
uzbudināt, satraukt, samulsināt

romanian
perturba, tulbura, perturbe, perturbă, tulbure

slovenian
motijo, vznemirjajo, razbijajo, Vznemiriti

slovak
znepokojovať, obávať, znepokojovať sa

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The meaning and "use of": perturb

verb
  • make (someone) anxious or unsettled.
  • subject (a system, moving object, or process) to an influence tending to alter its normal or regular state or path.

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