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Intentional HarmPlay
Use 'sabotage' to describe actions that intentionally damage or hinder something. SlideThe employee was fired for sabotaging company equipment.
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Obstacle CreationPlay
Sabotage is often about creating obstacles that stop or delay someone's plans or efforts. SlideThe software bug was introduced to sabotage the product's launch.
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Secretive NaturePlay
Sabotage usually happens secretly, without the knowledge of the affected party. SlideHe sabotaged the negotiations with secret backdoor meetings.