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    disturb one's circles

    What does 'to disturb one's circles'' mean?
    On the Internet I've seen sentences like 'Don't disturb my circles.', 'disturb scientific circles' or 'disturb Cathoric circles'.
    Thank you.

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    Re: disturb one's circles

    Quote Originally Posted by peppy_man View Post
    What does 'to disturb one's circles'' mean?
    On the Internet I've seen sentences like 'Don't disturb my circles.', 'disturb scientific circles' or 'disturb Cathoric circles'.
    Thank you.
    A "circle" can be a group of people who share a interest, activity, a belief, or an achievement.

    Disturb is to "upset", "cause trouble in/with", disrupt, etc.

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