- v.不服从，不顺从( disobey的现在分词 );
He was punished for disobeying orders.
Disobeying the law can head to trouble.
No, there was no question of disobeying the King.
He was degraded for disobeying orders.
The penalty for disobeying the law was death.
I was on the point of risking Mr. Rochester's displeasure by disobeying his orders.
Did you consider that disobeying orders was the direct cause of so many innocent deaths?
因为你自私的行为,难道就不是你的错 吗 ?
My father really tanned my hide for disobeying him.
The sergeant was degraded to private for the reason of disobeying order.
Three of them were punished for disobeying orders.
The captain was degraded for disobeying order.
Jack yells at Hanlin for disobeying his orders.
Disobeying traffic signs, signals or road markings.
He faced a court martial for disobeying orders.
Due to drivers disobeying or running the red light, road accidents occurs easily at road junctions.