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Sabotage is an act of destruction or interference intended to weaken an opponent.
Sabotage may also refer to:
- Sabotage (video game), a 1981 computer game for the Apple II
- Velvet Assassin, a 2008 computer game known as Sabotage early in development
- Sabotage (1936 film), a British film by Alfred Hitchcock
- Sabotage, a martial arts movie with Mark Dacascos
- Sabotage!, a comedy movie about the battle of Waterloo, with David Suchet as Napoleon and Stephen Fry as the Duke of Wellington
- Sabotage (2014 film), an upcoming American action thriller/crime drama film
- Bureau of Sabotage, a fictional government entity invented by author Frank Herbert
- "Sabotage" (Stargate Universe), a 2010 episode of the television series Stargate Universe
- Sabotage (Black Sabbath album), a 1975 album by Black Sabbath
- Sabotage (EP), an EP by Cancer Bats
- Sabotage (Klinik album), a 1985 album by Klinik
- "Sabotage" (Kristinia DeBarge song), a song by Kristinia DeBarge
- Sabotage (Master Joe y O.G. Black album), a 2004 album by Master Joe y O.G. Black
- "Sabotage" (song), a 1994 song by the Beastie Boys
- Sabotage (rapper) (1973–2003), Brazilian rapper
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