disorganization / dɪsˌɔr gə nəˈzeɪ ʃən /


disorganization 的定义

n. 名词 noun
  1. a breaking up of order or system; disunion or disruption of constituent parts.
  2. the absence of organization or orderly arrangement; disarrangement; disorder.

disorganization 近义词

n. 名词 noun

unordered situation or thing


  1. The first incident that pushed Richardson to try to unionize, he says, began when disorganization at the plant resulted in him and more than a dozen of his colleagues waiting more than half an hour to be assigned a work station.
  2. And, even on its own terms, the contextual chapters suffer from disorganization, looping forward and back in time in a disorienting way.
  3. If you’ve been working off multiple screens and the visible disorganization of your cords and devices is bringing you stress, fear not.
  4. Fiscal mismanagement and disorganization made holding utilities accountable impossible, she said.
  5. I am scared that, like me, they will arrive and see a frenzy of disorganization, fear and, most frightening, quarantine.
  6. But “he was so shocked by the disorganization and lack of seriousness that he submitted his papers to retire.”
  7. Maybe this is just another manifestation of Democratic disorganization.
  8. He fell victim to his own ignorance, disorganization, and inability to deal with sexual-harassment allegations.
  9. Carla Murphy looks at the challenges ahead, including corruption, hurricane season, and disorganization.
  10. In Cornelia's face the well-groomed expression showed sudden signs of immediate disorganization.
  11. Further evidences of disorganization and want of definite aim were to come.
  12. But these measures were the result of levity and disorganization rather than of any purpose to reopen the quarrel.
  13. There was every reason to indulge in this pleasing belief; disorganization had extended to every branch of the service.
  14. Pay them anything that is necessary, in order to avoid civil war and social disorganization!