What is the difference between bypass and disarm?

What is the difference between bypass and disarm?

[Bypass] is a setting that allows access to a customise zones whilst area is armed without triggering the alarm; this is applied on a zone level. [Disarm] is a setting to turn off the alarm when an armed area has been triggered; this is applied on an area level.
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