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French translation of 'disorder'

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[ˌdɪsˈɔːʳdəʳ ]
1.  (medical complaint) troubles mpl
a kidney disorder une maladie des reins
see also personality disorder, eating disorder
2.  (mess) désordre m
in disorder en désordre
3.  (lawlessness) désordres mpl
civil disorder désordre m public
public disorder désordre m public

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Example Sentences Including 'disorder'

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Don't ask him why, probably some terrible repressed disorder, a hand fixation.
James W. Hall BLACKWATER SOUND (2005)
Michael probably just thought she had a tongue disorder.
Bénédicte Newland and Pascale Smets AND GOD CREATED THE AU PAIR (2005)
He is chilled, as he often is, by Anna's cold and pathological hate of disorder, of uselessness.
Sara MacDonald SEA MUSIC (2005)

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'disorder' in Other Languages

British English: disorder NOUN
A disorder is a problem or illness which affects someone's mind or body.
...a rare nerve disorder that can cause paralysis of the arms.


Translation of disorder from the Collins English to French
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