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par·a·lyse

 (păr′ə-līz′)
v. Chiefly British
Variant of paralyze.

paralyse

(ˈpærəˌlaɪz) or

paralyze

vb (tr)
1. (Pathology) pathol to affect with paralysis
2. (Medicine) med to render (a part of the body) insensitive to pain, touch, etc, esp by injection of an anaesthetic
3. to make immobile; transfix
[C19: from French paralyser, from paralysie paralysis]
ˌparalyˈsation, ˌparalyˈzation n
ˈparaˌlyser, ˈparaˌlyzer n

paralyse


Past participle: paralysed
Gerund: paralysing

Imperative
paralyse
paralyse
Present
I paralyse
you paralyse
he/she/it paralyses
we paralyse
you paralyse
they paralyse
Preterite
I paralysed
you paralysed
he/she/it paralysed
we paralysed
you paralysed
they paralysed
Present Continuous
I am paralysing
you are paralysing
he/she/it is paralysing
we are paralysing
you are paralysing
they are paralysing
Present Perfect
I have paralysed
you have paralysed
he/she/it has paralysed
we have paralysed
you have paralysed
they have paralysed
Past Continuous
I was paralysing
you were paralysing
he/she/it was paralysing
we were paralysing
you were paralysing
they were paralysing
Past Perfect
I had paralysed
you had paralysed
he/she/it had paralysed
we had paralysed
you had paralysed
they had paralysed
Future
I will paralyse
you will paralyse
he/she/it will paralyse
we will paralyse
you will paralyse
they will paralyse
Future Perfect
I will have paralysed
you will have paralysed
he/she/it will have paralysed
we will have paralysed
you will have paralysed
they will have paralysed
Future Continuous
I will be paralysing
you will be paralysing
he/she/it will be paralysing
we will be paralysing
you will be paralysing
they will be paralysing
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been paralysing
you have been paralysing
he/she/it has been paralysing
we have been paralysing
you have been paralysing
they have been paralysing
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been paralysing
you will have been paralysing
he/she/it will have been paralysing
we will have been paralysing
you will have been paralysing
they will have been paralysing
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been paralysing
you had been paralysing
he/she/it had been paralysing
we had been paralysing
you had been paralysing
they had been paralysing
Conditional
I would paralyse
you would paralyse
he/she/it would paralyse
we would paralyse
you would paralyse
they would paralyse
Past Conditional
I would have paralysed
you would have paralysed
he/she/it would have paralysed
we would have paralysed
you would have paralysed
they would have paralysed
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.paralyse - make powerless and unable to function; "The bureaucracy paralyzes the entire operation"
deactivate, inactivate - make inactive; "they deactivated the file"
2.paralyse - cause to be paralyzed and immobile; "The poison paralyzed him"; "Fear paralyzed her"
palsy - affect with palsy
immobilise, immobilize - cause to be unable to move; "The sudden storm immobilized the traffic"

paralyse

verb
1. disable, cripple, lame, debilitate, incapacitate Her sister had been paralysed in a road accident.
3. immobilize, freeze, halt, disable, cripple, arrest, incapacitate, bring to a standstill The strike has virtually paralysed the country.
Translations
يَشُلُّ
ochrnout
lammeparalysere
bénít
lama
ochrnúť
ohromiti
felç etmek

paralyse

paralyze (US) [ˈpærəlaɪz] VT (lit, fig) → paralizar
to be paralysed in both legsestar paralizado de las dos piernas
to be paralysed with frightestar paralizado de miedo
the factory was paralysed by the strikela fábrica quedó paralizada por la huelga

paralysis

(pəˈrӕləsis) noun
a loss of the ability to move. The paralysis affects his legs.
paralyse , (American) paralyze (ˈpӕrəlaiz) verb
to make unable to move. paralysed with fear.
paralytic (pӕrəˈlitik) adjective
References in classic literature ?
Again the poor man groaned; he looked as if he dared not move; fear, either of death or of something else, appeared almost to paralyse him.
I came out of this age of ours, this ripe prime of the human race, when Fear does not paralyse and mystery has lost its terrors.
He could paralyse St Xavier's - even the biggest boys who shaved - with the recital, were that permitted.