Definitions for destabilizediˈsteɪ bəˌlaɪz
This page provides all possible meanings and translations of the word destabilize
"The economy destabilized rapidly"
"Terrorism destabilized the government"
To make something unstable.
To undermine a government, especially by means of subversion or terrorism.
To become unstable.
Sample Sentences & Example Usage
Wild bee declines may increase costs for farmers and, over time, could even destabilize crop production.
The harm is obvious. It's going to damage financial reforms, cause social unrest and destabilize the regime to some extent.
It would be naïve to suggest the Iranian regime will not continue to use its nuclear program, and any economic relief, to further destabilize the region.
We hope to be able to influence China that it's also to their interest not to be seen as confronting ASEAN and that any attempt to destabilize this region would not benefit China either.
It's a strategy to try and upset the people and turn them to extremes, to destabilize the country, but the people are defeating it in the street, and the government is working in the street.
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