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crip·ple

 (krĭp′əl)
n.
1.
a. Often Offensive A person who is partially disabled or unable to use one or more limbs:
b. An animal that is partially disabled or unable to use one or more limbs: cannot race a horse that is a cripple.
2. A damaged or defective object or device: "He ... would let that cripple of a steamboat get the upper hand of him in a minute" (Joseph Conrad).
tr.v. crip·pled, crip·pling, crip·ples
1. To cause to lose the use of a limb or limbs.
2. To disable, damage, or impair the functioning of: a strike that crippled the factory.

[Middle English crepel, from Old English crypel.]

crip′pler n.
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crippled

(ˈkrɪpəld)
adj
1. physically incapacitated
2. unable to achieve something for emotional reasons
3. having had its capacity to function damaged
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.crippled - disabled in the feet or legs; "a crippled soldier"; "a game leg"
unfit - not in good physical or mental condition; out of condition; "fat and very unfit"; "certified as unfit for army service"; "drunk and unfit for service"
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crippled

adjective disabled, handicapped, paralysed, lame, deformed, incapacitated, bedridden, housebound, enfeebled He looked after his senile, crippled mother.
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Translations

crippled

[ˈkrɪpld]
A. ADJ
1. (= maimed) → tullido, lisiado; (= disabled) → minusválido
he is crippled with arthritisestá paralizado por la artritis
2. (fig) [plane, vehicle] → averiado; [factory] (after bomb etc) → paralizado
B. NPL the crippled (= maimed) → los tullidos; (= disabled) → los minusválidos
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crippled

[ˈkrɪpəld] adj
[person] (physically) (= lame) → boiteux/euse (= disabled) → handicapé(e)
crippled with rheumatism → perclus(e) de rhumatismes
(emotionally) crippled by shyness → bloqué(e) par la timidité
[economy, industry, production, exports] → paralysé(e); [country, region] → paralysé(e)
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crippled

[ˈkrɪpld] adj (handicapped) → invalido/a; (production, exports) → paralizzato/a (frm) (seriously damaged) → seriamente danneggiato/a
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