disenable

  • 1 Disenable — Dis en*a ble, v. t. [Pref. dis + enable.] To disable; to disqualify. [1913 Webster] The sight of it might damp me and disenable me to speak. State Trials (1640). [1913 Webster] …

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  • 2 disenable — index disable, disarm (divest of arms), disqualify, neutralize Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …

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  • 3 disenable — [dis΄in ā′bəl] vt. disenabled, disenabling to cause to become unable or incapable; prevent or disable …

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  • 4 disenable — /dis en ay beuhl/, v.t., disenabled, disenabling. to deprive of ability; make unable; prevent. [1595 1605; DIS 1 + ENABLE] * * * …

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  • 5 Disenable — The crippiling of a software feature, as an indirect result of adding another software feature. I installed a new codec that works fine for MPEG4, but it disenabled MPEG3 playback …

    Dictionary of american slang

  • 6 Disenable — The crippiling of a software feature, as an indirect result of adding another software feature. I installed a new codec that works fine for MPEG4, but it disenabled MPEG3 playback …

    Dictionary of american slang

  • 7 disenable — v. make unable; prevent …

    English contemporary dictionary

  • 8 disenable — v. a. Disqualify, disable, unfit, incapacitate, make incapable …

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  • 9 disenable — v disable, unfit, impair, enfeeble, weaken, enervate, devitalize; emasculate, unman, effeminize; handicap, debilitate, cripple, paralyze, lame, maim; disqualify, invalidate, undermine; prevent, impede, hinder, obstruct, hamstring, hobble; tie one …

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  • 10 disenable — dis·enable …

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  • 11 disenable — /dɪsəˈneɪbəl/ (say disuh naybuhl) verb (t) (disenabled, disenabling) to deprive of ability; make unable; prevent …

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  • 12 disenable — verb make unable to perform a certain action disable this command on your computer • Syn: ↑disable, ↑incapacitate • Ant: ↑enable (for: ↑disable) • …

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  • 13 St. John's College, U.S. — Infobox University name = St. John s College image size =135px motto = Facio liberos ex liberis libris libraque ( I make free men from children by means of books and a balance ) established = 1696, King William s School 1784, St. John s College… …

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  • 14 disqualify — dis·qual·i·fy /dis kwä lə ˌfī/ vt fied, fy·ing 1: to deprive of the required qualities, properties, or conditions a financial interest in the case that disqualified the judge 2: to deprive of a right or privilege esp. after a hearing misconduct… …

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  • 15 disable — dis·able vt dis·abled, dis·abl·ing 1: to deprive of legal right, qualification, or capacity 2: to make incapable or ineffective; specif: to cause to have a disability dis·able·ment n Merriam Webster’s Dictionary of Law. Merriam Webster. 1996 …

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  • 16 disarm — I (divest of arms) verb arma homini adimere, attenuate, cripple, deactivate, debilitate, decimate, deescalate, demilitarize, demobilize, deprive of arms, deprive of means of defense, deprive of power, deprive of strength, deprive of weapons,… …

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  • 17 neutralize — I verb annul, balance, cancel, cancel out, counterbalance, counterpoise, countervail, deactivate, deaden, demagnetize, destroy the effect of, disable, disenable, equalize, incapacitate, invalidate, make ineffective, negate, nullify, offset,… …

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  • 18 bar — Synonyms and related words: Hershey bar, Maypole, abscind, accent, accent mark, achievement, ait, alehouse, alerion, ambo, amputate, animal charge, annihilate, annulet, anticipate, arch dam, archipelago, argent, armorial bearings, armory, arms,… …

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  • 19 bugger — Synonyms and related words: Mumbo Jumbo, SOB, bad boy, ball up, bastard, beat it, bird, bitch, bitch up, bloke, bobble, bogey, bogeyman, boggart, bogle, bollix, bollix up, bonehead into it, booger, boogerman, boogeyman, botch, boy, buffoon, bug,… …

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  • 20 close out — Synonyms and related words: balance, balance the books, bar, book, button up, cap, capitalize, carry, carry over, carry to completion, cast up accounts, charge off, clean up, clear the trade, climax, close the books, close up, complete, conclude …

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