1.Alcohol can produce violent, disruptive behavior
2.The process of implementing these changes can be very disruptive to a small company.
3.She was a disruptive influence, and after a year or two she got the boot
4.He's clearly a disruptive force.
5.Indeed, this "shock" approach would be disruptive, with social and political consequences.
disruptive distance 擊穿距離
disruptive gradient 擊穿梯度
disruptive pressure 擊穿氣壓
disruptive oxidation 破壞氧化
disruptive voltage 嘩電壓
disruptive force [電] 分裂力
disruptive spark 擊穿火花
disruptive test 嘩試驗,耐電壓試驗,...
disruptive field intensity 擊穿電場強度...
disruptive strength 擊穿強度
disruptive explosive 爆裂性炸藥
disruptive selection 歧化淘汰
disruptive interference 破壞性干擾
disruptive discharge 擊穿放電
disruptive effect 破壞性效果
1.At the workplace, men use conflict as a way to position themselves, while women often avoid conflict or strive to be the peacemaker,because they don't want to be viewed as aggressive or disruptive at work.
2017年12月四級真題（第一套）閱讀 Section C
2.The personal computing revolution and philosophy of disruptive innovation of silicon Valley grew, in part, out of the creations of the Homebrew Computer Chub, which was founded in a garage in Menlo Park, California, in the mid-1970s.
2019年6月四級真題（第三套）閱讀 Section B
3.It's classic disruptive technology," Mironov said.
4.New, disruptive technology sometimes demands novel applications of the Constitution's protections.
2015年考研真題（英語一）閱讀理解 Section Ⅱ