Simple past tense and past participle of disrupt.(verb)
Subject to disruption.(adjective)
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Use "disrupted" in a sentence
"The Education Ministry said 312 secondary schools out of 4,300 were again disrupted by students trying to prevent their classmates from entering."
"Workers at three of France's 12 refineries voted Monday to return to work, though their supplies of crude oil remain disrupted by port blockades."
"Representing the final title disrupted by the writers strike to reappear on broadcast television, "24: Redemption" was seen by 12 million viewers and hit a 4.0 preliminary rating among adults 18 to 49."