paralysed


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paralysed

(ˈpærəlaɪzd) or

paralyzed

adj
1. (Pathology) pathol unable to move and with no feeling
2. (Medicine) med insensitive to pain, touch, etc, esp after an injection of an anaesthetic
3. unable to act or function properly: paralysed by/with fear.
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paralysed

adjective
1. disabled, crippled, handicapped, helpless, numb, powerless, dead, lame, incapacitated, immobilized, paralytic The disease left him with a paralysed right arm.
2. disabled, crippled, hamstrung, incapacitated a period of chaos, with disrupted air services and a paralysed civil service
Translations
ochrnutý
lammet
halvautunut
paraliziran
麻痺した
마비된
hromohromel
paralyserad
เคลื่อนไหวไม่ได้
liệt

paralysed

مَشْلُولً ochrnutý lammet gelähmt παράλυτος paralizado halvautunut paralysé paraliziran paralizzato 麻痺した 마비된 verlamd paralysert sparaliżowany paralisado парализованный paralyserad เคลื่อนไหวไม่ได้ felçli liệt 瘫痪的
References in classic literature ?
This was still more strangely evinced by those of their number, who, completely paralysed as it were, helplessly floated like water-logged dismantled ships on the sea.
We set out cold, we arrived at church colder: during the morning service we became almost paralysed.
Such was the din of the bells and the squalling of the cats, that though the duke and duchess were the contrivers of the joke they were startled by it, while Don Quixote stood paralysed with fear; and as luck would have it, two or three of the cats made their way in through the grating of his chamber, and flying from one side to the other, made it seem as if there was a legion of devils at large in it.
Ere he left Paris Van Tromp was one of those whom he entertained to a farewell supper; and the old gentleman made the speech of the evening, and then fell below the table, weeping, smiling, paralysed.
See, both his right arm and leg and the whole side of his face are paralysed.
My clothes encumbered me; they seemed glued to my body, and paralysed my movements.
After the glimpse I had had of the Martians emerging from the cylinder in which they had come to the earth from their planet, a kind of fascination paralysed my actions.
All his limbs have become completely paralysed, he has lost his voice also, and we ourselves find much trouble in endeavoring to catch some fragments of his meaning.
In the summer of 1828, it was Madame's turn to offer the hallowed bread; at that time, Bourais disappeared mysteriously; and the old acquaintances, Guyot, Liebard, Madame Lechaptois, Robelin, old Gremanville, paralysed since a long time, passed away one by one.
David's heart was beating audibly, and if he had had any lips they would have been pale; but his mental activity, instead of being paralysed, was stimulated.
the time when that dependence and hope utterly left me, when the sadness I had felt in Bertha's growing estrangement became a joy that I looked back upon with longing as a man might look back on the last pains in a paralysed limb.
Won-tolla was fearfully punished, but his grip had paralysed the dhole, who could not turn round and reach him.