English syllables. 2014.
English syllables. 2014.
impaired — index defective, deficient, dilapidated, disabled (made incapable), faulty, imperfect, inadequate, marred, tai … Law dictionary
impaired — adj being in a less than perfect or whole condition: as a) disabled or functionally defective often used in combination <hearing impaired> b) intoxicated by alcohol or narcotics <driving while impaired> … Medical dictionary
impaired — [adj] injured, faulty broken, busted, damaged, debilitated, defective, down*, flawed, harmed, hurt, imperfect, kaput*, marred, on the blink*, on the fritz*, spoiled, unsound; concept 485 Ant. healthy, perfect, strong … New thesaurus
-impaired — [[t] ɪmpe͟ə(r)d[/t]] COMB in ADJ You use impaired in adjectives where you are describing someone with a particular disability. For example, someone who is hearing impaired has a disability affecting their hearing, and someone who is visually… … English dictionary
impaired — /im paird /, adj. 1. weakened, diminished, or damaged: impaired hearing; to rebuild an impaired bridge. 2. functioning poorly or inadequately: Consumption of alcohol results in an impaired driver. 3. Facetious. deficient or incompetent (prec. by… … Universalium
impaired — im•paired [[t]ɪmˈpɛərd[/t]] adj. 1) cvb weakened, diminished, or damaged: impaired hearing; to rebuild an impaired bridge[/ex] 2) cvb functioning poorly or inadequately: Consumption of alcohol results in an impaired driver[/ex] 3) cvb fac… … From formal English to slang
impaired — mod. alcohol intoxicated. (Borrowed from the euphemistic impaired physician.) □ Don is a bit impaired because he drinks like a fish. □ He was so impaired he couldn’t see his hand in front of his face. □ The impaired driver was arrested … Dictionary of American slang and colloquial expressions
impaired — 1. adjective a) Rendered less effective His impaired driving skill due to alcohol caused the accident. b) inebriated, drunk. 2. noun A criminal char … Wiktionary
impaired — im|paired [ ım perd ] adjective if your body s ability to do something is impaired, you are not fully able to do it: methods of correcting impaired vision Signing is provided for the hearing impaired … Usage of the words and phrases in modern English
impaired — UK [ɪmˈpeə(r)d] / US [ɪmˈperd] adjective if your body s ability to do something is impaired, you are not fully able to do it methods of correcting impaired vision Signing is provided for the hearing impaired … English dictionary