Definitions of "sabotage"
  1. An intentional act of causing damage to an employer's property or interfering with its regular operations by other methods
  2. The deliberate harm, destruction, or creation of defective materials, areas, or services that are needed for war or for the defense of the country
How to use "sabotage" in a sentence
  1. The company suffered a significant loss due to the sabotage of their main server by an unidentified individual.
  2. Production was halted due to sabotage, with someone intentionally producing defective parts, thereby endangering national security.
  3. In an act of sabotage, the water supply system was deliberately damaged, raising concerns about national defense.

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