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am·pu·tee

 (ăm′pyo͝o-tē′)
n.
A person who has had one or more limbs removed by amputation.

amputee

(ˌæmpjʊˈtiː)
n
(Medicine) a person who has had a limb amputated

am•pu•tee

(ˌæm pyʊˈti)

n.
a person who has lost all or part of an arm, hand, leg, etc., by amputation.
[1905–10]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.amputee - someone who has had a limb removed by amputationamputee - someone who has had a limb removed by amputation
unfortunate, unfortunate person - a person who suffers misfortune
Translations

amputee

[ˌæmpjʊˈtiː] namputé(e) m/f

amputee

nAmputierte(r) mf

amputee

[æmpjʊˈtiː] nmutilato/a (chi ha subito un'amputazione)

amputee

n amputado -da mf
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The men aim to raise pounds 50,000, which would pay for 15 British military amputees to take part in a rehabilitation ski event in Colorado next December.
Objective: The aim of the present study was to assess nature of family relations, quality of life and post-traumatic stress among amputees and prosthetics.
Charity Finding Your Feet, who support amputees, got in touch with Terrain Hopper, who have donated a four-wheel drive mobility vehicle for Alan's challenge.
They include a new member of the YuMi family from ABB, a grocery-picking robot from Ocado Technology, and a robotic arm developed at the University of Chicago that shows promise for assisting amputees.
Our only problem is seeing if there are enough amputees in the country as there's no database to see how many there are.
The idea for creating an effective diaper for dog amputees came from customer feedback.
Since 1975, thousands of child amputees have received financial assistance for their artificial limbs through CHAMP and have attended regional seminars where they learn about growing up as an amputee.
And he hit out at the International Paralympic Committee for denying double amputees like him the opportunity to compete over the shorter distance at the next Paralympics.
Conclusions: The current systematic literature review has shown that the prosthetic rehabilitation seems promising especially for upper extremity amputees.
Also, it was researched methods and tools to evaluate the ergonomy of these products by looking at the needs of amputees users and evaluating how the prostheses fulfill their function in terms of efficiency or performance.
Wise mentally prepared herself for the demands of the road ahead, but also lauded other amputees and fellow Airmen for their continuous support.