Translation of disabled in Spanish:

disabled

discapacitado, adj.

Pronunciation: /dɪsˈeɪbld//ˌdɪsˈeɪb(ə)ld/

adjective

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    (physically handicapped)
    discapacitado offensive dated
    minusválido dated offensive
    a disabled soldier un inválido de guerra
    • The film takes a light-hearted look at the problems faced by disabled people in poorly-designed buildings.
    • Tory Euro-MPs say over-prescriptive details will make it more expensive for manufacturers to comply with the worthy goal of improving bus conditions for disabled people.
    • He suffered serious brain injuries which have left him mentally disabled.
    • Yet today, it is used only as a home for some intellectually disabled residents.
    • I look up, and it's the developmentally disabled guy from my apartment building.
    • A couple Mondays ago, a minibus pulled up and deposited five mentally disabled adults at our door.
    • Science can be one area of schoolwork that gives disabled students a sense of achievement and self-esteem.
    • Carers' Week supports the UK's six million carers people who look after a sick or disabled friend, partner or relative.
    • What would you say to a parent that's contemplating having their intellectually disabled child sterilised?
    • Another 21 percent were serious, and left the soldier permanently disabled.
    • Tony is one of approximately 150,000 people in Hampshire who is a carer - somebody who cares for a sick or disabled partner or relative.
    • Yoga has proven to aid development of self esteem in severely disabled children.
    • But the Government says it has brought forward a raft of equality legislation and has pumped record funds into the improving conditions for disabled people.
    • It provides technology to make facilities, programs and activities usable for disabled workers at no cost to the requesting organization.
    • The researchers are adamant though, the development is aimed not at couch potatoes but so that bedridden or disabled people to get some of the benefits of exercise.
    • They began the project, based in Charnley Street, Mill Hill, after seeing first-hand the lack of activity provision for disabled children.
    • They showed no real differences between the physically disabled and able-bodied athletes.
    • Of the rest, about half were clearly recognizable as developmentally disabled adults.
    • A restaurant cannot limit seating of disabled patrons to one area, for instance.
    • And that causes a stroke that can kill or leave someone permanently disabled.
  • 2

    (ship/tank/machinery)
    Military
    inutilizado

plural noun

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    the disabled los discapacitados