English translation of 'déstabiliser'
Verb Table transitive verb
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L'attitude de M. Santoni vise à déstabiliser le mouvement national et le processus en cours.Le Monde (2000)
Mais ils ont été assez nombreux à le faire pour déstabiliser une " chaîne du livre " déjà fragile.Le Monde (1997)
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British English: destabilize VERB
To destabilize something such as a country or government means to create a situation which reduces its power or influence.
Their sole aim is to destabilize the government.
Translation of déstabiliser from the Collins French to English Dictionary
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