disabled

adjective

Definition of disabled

  1. :  incapacitated by illness or injury; also :  physically or mentally impaired in a way that substantially limits activity especially in relation to employment or education

Examples of disabled in a sentence

  1. The organization is working to protect the rights of disabled veterans.

  2. the disabled man was unable to climb the stairs without help

1633

First Known Use of disabled

1633



DISABLED Defined for English Language Learners

disabled

adjective

Definition of disabled for English Language Learners

  • : having a physical or mental disability : unable to perform one or more natural activities (such as walking or seeing) because of illness, injury, etc.


DISABLED Defined for Kids

disabled

adjective dis·abled \dis-ˈā-bəld\

Definition of disabled for Students

  1. :  not having the ability to do certain mental or physical tasks (as because of illness, injury, or a condition present at birth) that a person is typically capable of doing


Medical Dictionary

disabled

adjective dis·abled

Medical Definition of disabled

  1. :  incapacitated by illness, injury, or wounds; also :  physically or mentally impaired in a way that substantially limits activity especially in relation to employment or education


Law Dictionary

disabled

adjective

Legal Definition of disabled

  1. :  having a disability



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