To deprive of capability or effectiveness, especially to impair the physical abilities of.(verb-transitive)
Law To render legally disqualified.(verb-transitive)
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Use "disable" in a sentence
"At the moment we should operate under the assumption that the ship, while disable, is still manned to the brim by the roguish scum."
"But to jokingly compare his poor bowling game to an event for a disable is a rare slip for a president who deliberates over every word."
"By the time I got there, though, it seems that the 'custom text' feature was once again disable."