To render unable; to take away an ability of.
To impair the physical or mental abilities of; to cause a serious, permanent injury.
Falling off the horse disabled him.
to deactivate a function of an electronical or mechanical device.
The pilot had to disable the autopilot of his airplane.
disable, disenable, incapacitateverb
make unable to perform a certain action
"disable this command on your computer"
disable, invalid, incapacitate, handicapverb
"He was disabled in a car accident"
lacking ability; unable
to render unable or incapable; to destroy the force, vigor, or power of action of; to deprive of competent physical or intellectual power; to incapacitate; to disqualify; to make incompetent or unfit for service; to impair
to deprive of legal right or qualification; to render legally incapable
to deprive of that which gives value or estimation; to declare lacking in competency; to disparage; to undervalue
Chambers 20th Century Dictionary
dis-ā′bl, v.t. to deprive of power: to weaken: to disqualify.—ns. Disā′blement, Disabil′ity, want of power; want of legal qualification: disqualification.
The numerical value of disable in Chaldean Numerology is: 1
The numerical value of disable in Pythagorean Numerology is: 7
The concern at [ the Department of Homeland Security ] and the Pentagon will be that ransomware will hit at the county and state level to disable voting registers, vote tallying and reporting, and result reporting, election machines themselves should be harder [ to compromise ], as they're less connected.
It's clear United States policy to develop the cyber capability to disable enemy ballistic missiles.
This could degrade or disable communications on both systems, causing either both to function improperly or stop functioning altogether.
We can use the impetus we have now from COVID to deal with some of those diseases, like leprosy, which was around thousands of years ago and is still around, we get outraged by diseases that kill, but not by diseases that disable.
The vessels themselves may be of interest, but they certainly are not classified, in terms of the electronics the sailors could easily disable the electronic and classified information with a few key strokes.
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- правя неспособен, изключвамBulgarian
- deaktivieren, außerstande setzen, außer Stand setzen, außer Stande setzen, abschalten, behindern, außerstand setzenGerman
- incapacitar, discapacitar, desactivar, inutilizar, mutilarSpanish
- lukustama, sandistama, halvamaEstonian
- tehdä, kytkeä, lamauttaa, vammauttaaFinnish
- अक्षम करेंHindi
- disattivare, disabilitareItalian
- 無効, 無力化Japanese
- onmogelijk maken, uitschakelen, deactiverenDutch
- gjøre funksjonshemmet, passivisere, utmanøvrere, funksjonshemme, sette ut av stand til, deaktivereNorwegian
- incapacitar, desabilitar, desligar, desativar, aleijarPortuguese
- отключить, калечить, отключать, покалечить, деактивировать, [[делать]] [[неспособныйRussian
- avaktivera, sätta ur stånd, deaktiveraSwedish
- vô hiệu hóaVietnamese
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