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impaired

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishimpairedim‧paired /ɪmˈpeəd $ -ˈperd/ adjective 🔊 🔊 HARM/BE BAD FORdamaged, less strong, or not as good as before 🔊 impaired visionvisually/hearing/mentally etc impaired (=used to describe someone who cannot see, hear etc well)
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impairedHowever, mechanical aids can do much to lessen the disability of impaired body structure.Prospective studies have also been performed in subjects with impaired glucose intolerance.The non-insulin dependent diabetic subjects had similar birth weight to subjects with normoglycaemia or impaired glucose tolerance.It can aggravate asthma and bronchitis and cause coughing, choking and impaired lung function, particularly in people who exercise.An important part of this work is the provision of cash grants to visually impaired people in need.visually/hearing/mentally etc impairedBell had a more than casual interest in this, for he himself was hearing impaired.I know I am not alone in having a close relative who is mentally impaired.Those that produce small amounts of the protein are less mentally impaired.Many others, though not mentally impaired, are very seriously disabled physically.The man in question was severely mentally impaired, as Clinton knew.There is different legislation for mentally impaired elderly people.When the judge asked whether he was mentally impaired, Kaczynski replied no.An important part of this work is the provision of cash grants to visually impaired people in need.
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