Translation of disorganized in Spanish:


desorganizado, adj.

Pronunciation /dɪsˈɔrɡəˌnaɪzd//dɪsˈɔːɡənʌɪzd/


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    • But these were not disorganized attempts to win control over extended territories, and since the king was always accompanied by his entire court these journeys could not be improvised.
    • Mirror, hair brush, hair ties, perfume, little notepads to write things on, perfect little shelves to hold books… It was nothing like my messy, highly disorganized locker.
    • Their implementation may have been chaotic and disorganized, but they were carried through with remarkable goodwill and even enthusiasm considering the multitude of vested interests they threatened or damaged.
    • My random, disorganised thoughts are frequently interrupted by my own private ‘air show’, military jets hurtling overhead at what seems only about 50 foot.
    • The discounted items are crammed like sardines in the room, and laid out in a very disorganized and random manner (at least that's how it is at the end of the day).
    • Like other liberations of besieged cities in the past, it seems that the final few moves were chaotic and disorganised, rather than any form of grand militaristic march over the horizon.
    • I think I have too many domains and it's all too disorganised and messy and I'm still musing over what to do with various sites.
    • Why do we do accumulate, hoard and keep our homes and offices in messy, untidy, disorganized clutter?
    • It's not surprising I'm stalled at 70,000 words of disorganised and rather random episodes that need linking together.
    • It's disorganised, chaotic, ideas mashed together like a car crash.
    • His oftentimes messy and disorganized decision-making process has been widely publicized, further eroding any appearance of strong decisive leadership.
    • None of this messy business with everyone running around everywhere in a totally disorganized fashion.
    • It puts them in the countryside, where they are dispersed and disorganised and fall under the control of local chiefs, who are politically appointed.
    • The school itself, disorganized and chaotic, did not show the sense of urgency needed to work with a population of inner-city kids.
    • Petty crime and random violence, so-called disorganised crime, has left millions of Brazilians terrified.
    • In short, almost all subjects with a flexible strategy have high control beliefs, and the majority of the subjects with a disorganized strategy show low control beliefs.
    • As Ralph went on to show them their bedrooms, his bedroom, and the bathroom, I needn't explain each one for they were all quite similar - disorganized, random, and cluttered.
    • Levski tried to respond, but their attacks were chaotic and disorganised, so they left themselves a lot to do for the return game in Sofia next week.
    • You never saw him with a desk full of clutter-you never saw him ruffled, hurried, disorganized.
    • He let his mother into his home and the pair wandered through to the kitchen where Rose sat down at the breakfast bar where papers were strewn across, messy and disorganized.