Portuguese translation of 'disarray'
in disarray (troops) desbaratado; (organization) desorganizado, caótico; (thoughts) confuso; (clothes) em desalinho
to throw into disarray (troops) desbaratar; (government etc) deixar em polvorosa
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On the nuclear defence issue, the Alliance was also in complete disarray.The Collins History of the World in the 20th Century (1994)
But then he gets the call about his dad's unexpected death and it throws him into complete disarray.The Sun (2010)
Birmingham were in complete disarray.The Sun (2011)
It is a League which is in complete disarray.The Sun (2010)
It is a scenario few could have imagined with the Aussies going into the match in total disarray.The Sun (2013)
It was the wanting that had him at times in total disarray.Times, Sunday Times (2009)
The Gunners defence is in total disarray as the tie slips away.The Sun (2012)
The playing side was in complete disarray.Times, Sunday Times (2007)
Now they are in total disarray and move from place to place in the forest.Times, Sunday Times (2016)
A downgrading would throw his prospects of taking up the university place he has been offered into complete disarray.Times, Sunday Times (2010)
English football is in total disarray and I find this whole mess amazing.The Sun (2006)
Now it seems to be in complete disarray '.Times, Sunday Times (2016)
Their aim will be to minimise the appearance of the organisation being in total disarray.Times, Sunday Times (2011)
This is evidence of an organisation in total disarray and the action proposed shows a regrettable disregard for patient care.Times, Sunday Times (2016)
The modernisers are in total disarray.Times, Sunday Times (2015)
Many sufferers find that their illness throws their sleep patterns into total disarray, and they have continually to adjust their lifestyles to cope with irregular sleep needs.M.E. and You - a self-help plan (1988)
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British English: disarray NOUN
If people or things are in disarray, they are disorganized and confused.
The nation is in disarray following rioting led by the military.
Translation of disarray from the Collins English to Portuguese Dictionary