any underhand interference with production, work, etc., in a plant, factory, etc., as by enemy agents during wartime or by employees during a trade dispute.
any undermining of a cause.
verb (used with object), sabotaged, sabotaging.
to injure or attack by sabotage.
the deliberate destruction, disruption, or damage of equipment, a public service, etc, as by enemy agents, dissatisfied employees, etc
any similar action or behaviour
(transitive) to destroy, damage, or disrupt, esp by secret means
noun 1. a person who commits or practices sabotage. noun 1. a person who commits sabotage
noun 1. (sometimes initial capital letter) a person born in Israel. noun 1. a native-born Israeli Jew
noun, verb (used with object), sabred, sabring. Chiefly British. 1. saber. noun 1. a heavy, one-edged sword, usually slightly curved, used especially by cavalry. 2. a soldier armed with such a sword. 3. Fencing. a sword having two cutting edges and a blunt point. the art or sport of fencing with the saber, with the […]
noun, adjective 1. (informal) seeking to intimidate by an aggressive display of military power