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visually impaired

Line breaks: visu|al¦ly im|paired

Definition of visually impaired in English:

adjective

Partially or completely blind.
Example sentences
  • Last year, I took the opportunity to go on a missionary trip to Asia to work with orphans who are visually impaired.
  • A number of programs are commercially available to facilitate the use of technology by the visually impaired.
  • Every seven minutes someone in America becomes blind or visually impaired.

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