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sabotage

1 verb
     
sab‧o‧tage1 [transitive]
1 to secretly damage or destroy equipment, vehicles etc that belong to an enemy or opponent, so that they cannot be used:
Every single plane had been sabotaged.
2 to deliberately spoil someone's plans because you do not want them to succeed:
Demonstrators have sabotaged the conference.

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