Destructive means things get destroyed or ruined, an example is, the dog got into the trash and destroyed the kitchen. Disruptive is when things cannot finish because of something or someone is disrupting, or stopping the process. An example is, the kid talking while the teacher was talking was being disruptive
destructive is something that causes severe damage. (e.g. the destructive hurricane tore through all the houses on the street.) disruptive is causing disturbance or problem which interrupt something. (e.g. his constant taling was disruptive.) destructive is worse than disruptive. for example, a tsunami is destructive because it can destroy things, while a power failure is disruptive, because it interrupts your internet browsing, but it doesn't cause any real harm.
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