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distressing causing physical or emotional pain, worry, or suffering.
distribute to divide into parts and give out to each of several people, groups, or the like. [3 definitions]
distribution the act of distributing. [6 definitions]
distributive dividing or distributing, or of or involving distribution. [4 definitions]
distributive property in mathematics, a characteristic of numbers that allows you to multiply a group of numbers and get the same answer you would get if you multiplied each member of the group and then combined the answers. For example, 4 x (8 + 1 + 5) is equal to (4 x 8) + (4 x 1) + (4 x 5).
distributor someone who distributes goods, esp. a wholesaler. [2 definitions]
district a specific area characterized by its use for a particular purpose. [3 definitions]
district attorney the government prosecutor of criminal cases for a specified judicial district.
district court a U.S. Federal trial court in each judicial district. [2 definitions]
District of Columbia a federal area on the Maryland side of the Potomac River that encompasses only the U.S. capital city of Washington. (abbr.: DC)
distrust to lack faith or confidence in; be suspicious of. [2 definitions]
distrustful lacking in trust or confidence; doubting; suspicious.
disturb to bother or interrupt by making noise or causing distraction. [3 definitions]
disturbance an act or instance of disturbing. [5 definitions]
disturbed mentally or emotionally unbalanced. [2 definitions]
disturbing causing one to be disturbed; upsetting; unsettling.
disulfate a salt of pyrosulfuric acid, containing two sulfate groups in each molecule; pyrosulfate.
disulfide a chemical compound in which two atoms of sulfur are combined with another element or radical.
disunion the termination of union or association; separation or division. [2 definitions]
disunite to break up the union of; divide. [2 definitions]
disunity lack of unity or agreement; dissension.