dis-turb (di-sturb') tr.v. dis-turbed, dis-turb-ing, dis-turbs. 1. To break up or destroy the tranquillity or settled state of. 2. To trouble emotionally or mentally; upset. 3.a. To interfere with; interrupt. b. To intrude on; inconvenience. 4. To put out of order; disarrange. -dis-turb'er n. -dis-turb'ing-ly adv.
A disturbance is caused when these replicants appear and Deckard is forced to "retire" them.
Deckard has never reitred a human by mistake.
Deckard has never met a NEXUS 6 replicant.