Definition of disrupter in English:

disrupter

(also disruptor)

noun

  • See disrupt

    • ‘And the marchers need their own monitors to practice nonviolent discipline and contain any disruptors - who are, de facto, not misguided friends but opponents.’
    • ‘Some business is better conducted, some plans better made, when there's no worry about journalists, disruptors, or even potential new recruits.’
    • ‘Over time, the result has been an increase in postings by rude, anti-social disruptors, and a decrease in postings by thoughtful, productive members.’
    • ‘They are loaded with carcinogens, endocrine disruptors, liver and kidney damagers and sensitizers.’
    • ‘The United States has also tinkered with dazzlers of its own, though its focus is apparently more on short-range disruptors that can be attached to rifles.’

Pronunciation

disrupter

/dɪsˈrʌptə/