dis|rup|tion «dihs RUHP shuhn», noun.
1. the act or process of breaking up; a splitting; bursting apart; shattering: »

Arguments led to the disruption of their partnership.

2. the condition of being broken up; a being split: »

There was a disruption of telephone service during the storm.

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