Disorient meaning

dĭs-ôrē-ĕnt
To cause (a person, for example) to experience disorientation.
verb
0
0
To turn away from the east.
verb
0
0
To cause to lose one's bearings.
verb
0
0
To confuse mentally, esp. with respect to time, place, and the identity of persons and objects.
verb
0
0
To cause someone to experience disorientation.
verb
0
0
Advertisement
To cause to lose orientation or direction.
verb
0
0
verb
0
0

Origin of disorient

  • From French désorienter

    From Wiktionary