Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Disorder"

The meaning of "Disorder" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does Don’t-wanna-hurt-your-feelings disorder mean?
A: It means that person has a problem with being too nice and may not be honest or assertive enough.
Q: What does eating disorder mean?
A: it is a psychological disorder where a person has abnormal (not normal) eating habits. For example, eating too littles or eating too much.
Q: What does eating disorder culture mean?
A: It means that lots of people in a region in tje world have issues with food, either starving themselves and/or overeating.
Q: What does purging disorder mean?
A: To purge = punish yourself

Usually for people that eat too much (binge) they will "purge" as punishment. A purge can be not eating (starving) for a while, exercising too much, throwing up, or taking laxatives.

Example sentences using "Disorder"

Q: Please show me example sentences with genetic disorder.
A: - She had a genetic disorder.

- They might have a genetic disorder.
Q: Please show me example sentences with disorder.
A: There is disorder in this temple. Do not create disorder here. Do you have a mental disorder?

Synonyms of "Disorder" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between disorder and out of order ?
A: Disorder is mainly to refer to medical problems, for example:

"The poor boy has an eating disorder."
"I heard that she has obsessive-compulsive disorder. (OCD)"

Out of order is mainly used when something is broken, or not working properly. For example:

"Oh no, the snack machine is out of order again!"

"It seems that the card machine is out of order."
Q: What is the difference between disorder and disease ?
A: disorder is typically used to refer to a mental illness, where as disease is used for a physical illness
Q: What is the difference between disorder and disability ?
A: A disorder is a disease (for example, multiple sclerosis).

A disability is a restriction caused by disease or injury (for example, cannot walk)
Q: What is the difference between disorder and illness ?
A: A disorder suggests some organ or part of the body/mind is not working properly whilst an illness is normally something contracted from elsewhere, e.g. from a virus. However, in terms of mental disorder/illness I have no background knowledge to help you, as to me they appear interchangeable. However, as a layman, I am not qualified to say one way or the other. I hope this helps!
Q: What is the difference between disorder and chaos ?
A: Disorder and chaos mean the same thing, but chaos is a more powerful way to say disorder.

Translations of "Disorder"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? disorder
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? disorder eating
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? she has a very rare disorder knowing as progeria, which causes rapidaging
A: Almost perfect! "She has a very rare disorder known as progeria, which causes rapid aging" is correct :)

Other questions about "Disorder"

Q: Please show me how to pronounce eating disorder.
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Q: They would then suffered from mental disorder and decide to dead. Besides people who earn a lot usually work too much. They have no time to spend their money. Does this sound natural?
A: × They would then suffered from mental disorder and decide to dead.
✓ They then suffer from mental disorders and decide that they want to die.

× Besides people who earn a lot usually work too much.
✓ Besides, people who earn a lot of money usually work too much.

× They have no time to spend their money.
✓ So, they have no time to spend their money.

Q: When we talk about disorders of the heart, we're talking about cardiovascular diseases such as coronary heart disease.

Does this mean or imply cardiovascular diseases such as coronary heart disease are common?
A:

No

If there are any substantial exceptions, you have to say usually, or else you risk being accused of being inaccurate or misleading or worse
Q: I found it interesting that physical disorders are often connected to each other. Does this sound natural?
A: Sounds good!
Q: He has some psychological disorder which makes it difficult to engage in other people. It's OK to leave him alone. He likes to listen. Don't force him to participate in class; he'll get really mad. Does this sound natural?
A: Very natural, the only point that makes it seem unnatural is "to engage in other people", which should be "to engage with other people".

Perhaps:
"""
He has a psychological disorder that makes it difficult to engage with other people. It's OK to leave him alone. He likes to listen. Don't force him to participate in class; he'll get really mad.
"""

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