Definition of 'distraction'
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Example sentences containing 'distraction'
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The whole thing was intended as a distraction for the burglary! SOMEBODY (2002)It just might be distraction enough in the first months to stop him realizing he's not the centre of the universe anymore. THE AMBASSADOR'S WOMEN (2002)Prendergast food, probably excellent, would best be enjoyed without the distraction of a neighbour. IN LOVE AND WAR (2002)
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In Common Usage. distraction is one of the 10000 most commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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Translations for 'distraction'
British English: distraction NOUN
A distraction is something that turns your attention away from something you want to concentrate on.
I feel this is getting to be a distraction from what I really want to do.
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