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impair

Pronunciación: /ɪmˈper; ɪmˈpeə(r)/

Traducción de impair en español:

transitive verb/verbo transitivo

  • [hearing/sight/memory] afectar, dañar; [health] afectar, perjudicar*; [efficiency] afectar, reducir*; [beauty/happiness] empañar impaired vision/hearing problemas (masculine plural) de vista/audición
    Example sentences
    • It damages physical health, impairs individual judgement, leads, at times, to a degree of personal dependence which is a little short of slavery.
    • If they were not precisely placed or if they involved both sides of the brain, they could cause severe damage, impairing speech and leading to cognitive problems.
    • Driving in an intoxicated state makes a person prone to accidents as alcohol impairs judgement and slows reflexes.

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