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unimpaired

Line breaks: un|im¦paired
Pronunciation: /ʌnɪmˈpɛːd
 
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Definition of unimpaired in English:

adjective

Not weakened or damaged: unimpaired mobility
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  • Your Honours, we would submit that section 4 represents only part of the law of damages for this purpose and the common law is otherwise unimpaired.
  • He said: ‘If the driving licence scheme in this country, which is so very highly valued compared with so many other countries I know, is to be maintained, it is vital that its integrity remains unimpaired.’
  • The objective is to maximise the potential for the unimpaired physical, emotional and intellectual development of every child.

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