Definition of impaired in English:

impaired

Line breaks: im|paired
Pronunciation: /ɪmˈpɛːd
 
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adjective

  • Having a disability of a specified kind: [in combination]: speech-impaired children
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    • One of the innovative projects is looking into the use of simple aids for young visually impaired children.
    • Six months earlier, during a school rugby match, Brown had emerged from the bottom of a scrum suffering impaired vision.
    • He pleaded guilty last week to impaired driving in a stolen car while he was prohibited from driving, no less.

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