Verb(1) draw someone's attention away from something(2) disturb in mind or make uneasy or cause to be worried or alarmed
(1) don't let it distract you(2) don't allow noise to distract you from your work(3) For the most part the colors and image are solid, with little to distract the viewer.(4) The use of fashions in thought is to distract the attention of men from their real dangers.(5) And there's no perfect person who's going to distract you long enough.(6) He's only trying to distract attention from all his problems at home.(7) it was another attempt to distract attention from the truth(8) horror and doubt distract His troubl'd thoughts(9) Don't let the infamous bag lady distract your attention from the real issues.(10) The more extraneous items you cram on a web page, the more you confuse and distract the visitor.(11) There is always a danger that new hi-tech systems will distract attention and divert energies from effective policing.(12) it helps distract the eye from the violence(13) The kind of event meant to distract from a glaring budget fact.(14) At the same time, we should not allow it to distract attention from the need for reform of the SIS's general oversight provisions.(15) I tried to distract myself by concentrating on Jane(16) The people, however, provided enough colour in the way they dressed to distract my attention from the rundown streets.
(1) distract from :: faalavelave mai
1. divert ::
2. deflect ::
3. disquiet ::
Different Formsdistract, distracted, distracting, distracts
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