Translation of debilitate in Spanish:

debilitate

debilitar, v.

Pronunciation /dəˈbɪləˌteɪt//dɪˈbɪlɪteɪt/

transitive verb

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    debilitar
    • As the disease progresses, it can debilitate a person by slowly eating away the joint's cartilage and bone.
    • His ability to handle such a big movie became less and less likely as he became increasingly debilitated by Parkinson's disease.
    • At the end of my father's life he was so debilitated that, you know, he - he was forced to do some things that probably he wouldn't have done if he had been healthy.
    • The dose should generally be reduced in children, elderly, or debilitated patients.
    • ‘Because you are so debilitated, you cannot move or breathe properly,’ he told the Irish Medical Times.
    • They know a request to kitchen staff will not be met with disdain; our domestics regularly help with feeding debilitated patients in the absence of nursing staff.
    • There are a number of drugs that may be used to debilitate a victim and make it easier to perpetrate sexual assault.
    • All four forms of malaria debilitate the patient by destroying human hemoglobin and are characterized by a cycle of fever, chills, and sweating.
    • A partially debilitated James shuffled his first steps through the medical bay, rebuilding his atrophied muscles after his injury.
    • In his late sixties, his fears of illness were fully realized, and he was increasingly debilitated by liver cancer until his death at seventy in 1875.
    • Before the series of strokes which have debilitated him in recent years, his tenure had been characterised by his chronic laziness and regular sojourns to Europe for drinking, gambling and womanising binges.
    • In recent years he became increasingly debilitated by heart failure.
    • For most otherwise healthy people the virus, while debilitating in the short term, leaves no lasting ill effects.
    • This bacterium is usually confined to hospitals and in particular to vulnerable or debilitated patients.
    • Issues of fairness and equality aside, the country can't afford to have the president debilitated by the flu or the complications that can follow from it - especially when it is easily prevented.
    • Stowell, born in 1981, claimed that his mother was debilitated by postsurgical pain and anesthesia when she signed a consent form for his circumcision.
    • Interstitial cystitis is a severely debilitating disease of the urinary bladder.
    • Few historians have written as well as Stargardt about the morally and physically debilitating effects of hunger.
    • The illness, of which she is now clear, would have debilitated a husband of lesser fortitude.
    • The following year opened with a setback: a severe and debilitating mental crisis whose effects lasted several months.