Definition of Sabotage:
The act of sabotaging something.
Destruction, loss or intentional obstruction (of something) especially for political or military gain.
Deliberately disrupting activity or intentionally damaging another person's property.
Synonyms of Sabotage
Downfall, Incapacitate, Checkmate, Fall, Impairment, Confound, Queer, Destruction, Spoil, Unfit, Foil, Detriment, Dash, Overthrow, Confront, Spike, Knock the chocks, Countermand, Encroachment, Vandalize, Treason, Queer the works, Wrecking, Block, Crippling, Discomfit, Contravene, Harm, Crippling, Dish, Counteract, Flummox, Upheaval, Stump, Hobbling, Breakage, Hinder, Hamper, Obstruct, Inactivate, Challenge, Lame, Subversion, Hamstring, Put, Wing, Prostration, Upset, Incapacitation, Disrupt, Thwart, Convulsion, Wrecking, Subvert, Cross, Baffle, Infringement, Scathe, Bugger, Kibosh, Dilapidation, Subversiveness, Weaken, Disconcert, Destroy, Ruinousness, Loss, Hors de combat, Deliberate damage, Breakdown, Obstruct, Defeat, Perplex, Counter, Collapse, Obstruction, Sap, Balk, Elude, Wreck, Deliberately damage, Discountenance, Cripple, Blast, Incapacitation, Inroad, Mine, Bankruptcy, Impairment, Undermine, Weakening, Sickening, Injury, Undermining, Debilitate, Cripple, Treachery, Maiming, Mayhem, Vandalism, Disenable, Bouleversement, Circumvent, Spoiling, Honeycomb, Ruination, De-energize, Incapacitate, Disrupt, Disrepair, Damage, Impair, Drain, Maim, Disablement, Hurting, Wreck, Disruption, Brave, Destruction, Nonplus, Hurt, Disable, Destroy, Overturn, Enfeeble, Break up, Wreckage, Scotch, Frustrate, Crack-up, Defy, Stonewall, Counterwork, Ruin, Mischief, Mutilation
How to use Sabotage in a sentence?
- Coordinated sabotage campaign.
- South Africa's transmission lines have been damaged by insurgents.
Meaning of Sabotage & Sabotage Definition