to disrupt or break up the order, arrangement, or system of; throw into confusion or disorder
Origin of disorganizeFrench désorganiser: see dis- and amp; organize
transitive verbdis·or·gan·ized, dis·or·gan·iz·ing, dis·or·gan·iz·es
To destroy the organization, systematic arrangement, or unity of.
(third-person singular simple present disorganizes, present participle disorganizing, simple past and past participle disorganized)
- To make less organized; to reduce to chaos.
- The arrival of her new baby would inevitably disorganize her life.
From French désorganiser