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British pronunciation/dɪstɹˈækt/
American pronunciation/dɪˈstɹækt/
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to cause someone to lose their focus or attention from something they were doing or thinking about

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disturb in mind or make uneasy or cause to be worried or alarmed

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The loud music from the party next door distracted them from their peaceful evening at home.
A loud conversation in the neighboring cubicle can distract employees trying to concentrate on their tasks.
I was distracted by the constant chatter in the room and couldn't concentrate on my reading.
During the important meeting, the constant tapping of a pen began to distract everyone in the room.
The noisy construction outside the window tended to distract her from studying for exams.
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