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dys·lex·ic

 (dĭs-lĕk′sĭk) or dys·lec·tic (-tĭk)
n.
A person who is affected by dyslexia.
adj.
Of or relating to dyslexia.
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.dyslexic - of or relating to or symptomatic of dyslexia
2.dyslexic - having impaired ability to comprehend written words usually associated with a neurologic disorder
impaired - diminished in strength, quality, or utility; "impaired eyesight"
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Translations
dislektickýdyslektickýdyslektik
dyslektiskordblinddyslektiker
dyslektikkolukihäiriöinen
disleksičandisleksičar
diszlexiás
失読症の失読症の人
난독증 환자난독증의
dyslektikerdyslexisk
ที่ท่องอ่านเขียนลำบากผู้ที่ท่องอ่านเขียนลำบาก
disleksikokuma körü
mắc bệnh khó đọcngười mắc bệnh khó đọc

dyslexic

[dɪsˈleksɪk]
A. ADJdisléxico
B. Ndisléxico/a m/f
Collins Spanish Dictionary - Complete and Unabridged 8th Edition 2005 © William Collins Sons & Co. Ltd. 1971, 1988 © HarperCollins Publishers 1992, 1993, 1996, 1997, 2000, 2003, 2005

dyslexic

[dɪsˈlɛksɪk] adj [person] diagnosed as dyslexic
He was diagnosed as dyslexic → On a diagnostiqué qu'il était dyslexique.
Collins English/French Electronic Resource. © HarperCollins Publishers 2005

dyslexic

adjlegasthenisch; she is dyslexicsie ist Legasthenikerin
nLegastheniker(in) m(f)
Collins German Dictionary – Complete and Unabridged 7th Edition 2005. © William Collins Sons & Co. Ltd. 1980 © HarperCollins Publishers 1991, 1997, 1999, 2004, 2005, 2007

dyslexic

[dɪsˈlɛksɪk] adj & ndislessico/a
Collins Italian Dictionary 1st Edition © HarperCollins Publishers 1995

dyslexia

(disˈleksiə) noun
a difficulty with reading or writing that some people have because they are unable to see words as meaningful shapes or the differences between letters.
dyslexic (disˈleksik) adjective
dyslexic pupils.
Kernerman English Multilingual Dictionary © 2006-2013 K Dictionaries Ltd.

dyslexic

شَخْصٌ مُتَعَسِّرُ القِرَاءَة, مُتَعَسِّرُ القِرَاءَة dyslektický, dyslektik dyslektiker, dyslektisk Legastheniker, legasthenisch δυσλεκτικό, δυσλεκτικός disléxico dyslektikko, lukihäiriöinen dyslexique disleksičan, disleksičar dislessico 失読症の, 失読症の人 난독증 환자, 난독증의 dyslectisch, iemand die dyslectisch is dyslektiker, ordblind dyslektyczny, dyslektyk disléxico больной дислексией, неспособный к чтению dyslektiker, dyslexisk ที่ท่องอ่านเขียนลำบาก, ผู้ที่ท่องอ่านเขียนลำบาก disleksik mắc bệnh khó đọc, người mắc bệnh khó đọc 诵读困难的, 诵读困难的人
Multilingual Translator © HarperCollins Publishers 2009
References in periodicals archive ?
As people with the condition struggle to spell, write or pronounce words, there has been a misunderstanding that being dyslexic leads to poor learning capability.
According to Dyslexia African, a Nairobi-based organisation that handles the correction of dyslexic children, only five per cent of dyslexics are usually diagnosed, partly due to lack of knowledge about the condition and the stigma around it.
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi has received immense flak for projecting dyslexic people in a poor light.
It is generally accepted that underlying neurological aspects, such as slight differences in brain structure, can change the way that dyslexic people process information, and this affects the behaviour they might display.
The children come from across the Western world and Australasia and whilst their experiences of the downsides of dyslexia (misdiagnosis, bullying etc.) may vary, in each one the writers talk of the upside of their dyslexic brains.
DYSLEXIC employees could help fill skills shortages of the future, it has been claimed.
Researchers point out that, regarding dyslexia, the major focus of most studies has been reading difficulties, and there is less research about the orthographic processing in dyslexic children (2, 3, 5, 7-9), although to correctly underline words be a challenge that might extend to adulthood (10).
"@bellathorne yeah she's definitely the type of person where you can just look at her and know she's dyslexic," (https://twitter.com/bellathorne/status/824105961753153536) the Twitter user wrote.
[10] Dyslexic child can be from any background or any socio economic status and it can occur in any child in a family irrespective of the order in which he or she is born.
A COMEDY writer who gets laughs for Ant and Dec and Harry Hill has released a set of spooky books for dyslexic children.
Martinez-Marrero and Estrada-Hernandez (2008) indicated that dyslexic children often experience difficulties in mechanical aspects (letter formation, capitalization, spelling and punctuation) as well as contextual aspects (organization and consistency) of writing.
Main evidences are based on longitudinal studies that found that individuals later diagnosed as dyslexic performed low in phonological awareness, even before starting the process of acquiring reading and writing skills; studies that investigated the efficacy of training based on the grapheme-phoneme correspondence; and, studies that showed that dyslexics have serious difficulty of reading without assistance of the lexical knowledge (reading pseudo-words) (Bogliotti et al., 2008).