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sub·nor·mal

 (sŭb-nôr′məl)
adj.
Less than normal; below the average.
n.
Offensive One who is regarded as subnormal in some respect, such as in intelligence or coordination. No longer in clinical use.

sub′nor·mal′i·ty (-nôr-măl′ĭ-tē) n.
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subnormal

(sʌbˈnɔːməl)
adj
1. less than the normal
2. (Psychology) having a low intelligence, esp having an IQ of less than 70
n
(Psychology) a subnormal person
subnormality n
subˈnormally adv
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sub•nor•mal

(sʌbˈnɔr məl)

adj.
below the normal or average; less than or inferior to the normal, as in intelligence.
[1700–10]
sub`nor•mal′i•ty, n.
sub•nor′mal•ly, adv.
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.subnormal - a person of less than normal intelligence
simpleton, simple - a person lacking intelligence or common sense
Adj.1.subnormal - below normal or average; "after the floods the harvests were subnormal"; "subnormal intelligence"
statistics - a branch of applied mathematics concerned with the collection and interpretation of quantitative data and the use of probability theory to estimate population parameters
abnormal, unnatural - not normal; not typical or usual or regular or conforming to a norm; "abnormal powers of concentration"; "abnormal amounts of rain"; "abnormal circumstances"; "an abnormal interest in food"
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subnormal

adjective (Old-fashioned, offensive) retarded, simple, slow, moronic, cretinous, feeble-minded, imbecilic, mentally defective, E.S.N. educationally subnormal children
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Translations
تَحْت المُسْتَوى، تَحْت المُعَدَّل
podnormální
alacsonyabb a normálisnál
undir normi/meîallagi; òroskaheftur
žemesnis už normą
zemāks par normu
normalin altında olan

subnormal

[ˈsʌbˈnɔːməl]
A. ADJsubnormal
B. NPL the subnormallos subnormales
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subnormal

[ˌsʌbˈnɔːrməl] adj [person] → arriéré(e)
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subnormal

adj intelligence, temperatureunterdurchschnittlich; personminderbegabt; (inf)schwachsinnig; educationally subnormallernbehindert; mentally subnormalminderbemittelt
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subnormal

[ˌsʌbˈnɔːml] adjsubnormale
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subnormal

(ˈsabˈnoːməl) adjective
below the normal level or standard. subnormal temperatures.
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sub·nor·mal

a. subnormal, menos que el promedio normal.
English-Spanish Medical Dictionary © Farlex 2012

subnormal

adj debajo de lo normal; [Note: The Spanish term subnormal is similar in meaning and usage to the English term retarded and is best avoided in medical conversations.]
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This conclusion reflects two facts: (1) the fact that the perceived monopolistic QV-investment incentive was critical implies that, but for it, the QV investment would have been (A) subnormally profitable and therefore (B) economically inefficient in an otherwise-Pareto-perfect economy, and (2) the fact that the states of affairs that give a QV investor a monopolistic QV-investment incentive to make a particular QV investment render that investment more profitable without rendering it more economically efficient.
By: allowing Marquez to do combat against Pacquiao in November, while agreeing to random drug testing which was never done in the Marquez-Alvarado bout, Beristain would also help disperse growing suspicion that Marquez had profited subnormally from the assistance of the expert performance enhancer Memo Heredia in several past bouts, including the one in December 2012 against Pacquiao.
Evidence of mental subnormally or psychiatric disorder proceeding the onset of epilepsy, (e.g., depression, psychosis).