- 1disorient somebody to make someone unable to recognize where they are or where they should go The darkness had disoriented him.
- 2disorient somebody to make someone feel confused Ex-soldiers can be disoriented by the transition to civilian life. compare Orient
NAmE//dɪsˈɔriənˌteɪt//)Verb Forms present simple I / you / we / they disorient he / she / it disorients past simple disoriented -ing form disorienting
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adjective She felt shocked and totally disoriented.
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