01. Many of the buses in town now have special features to make them accessible to [disabled] passengers.02. By going around the world in his wheelchair, Canadian hero Rick Hansen was able to show the world that people with a physical [disability] are able to do great things.03. This building is really difficult for [disabled] people to get around in.04. The government needs to do more to ensure that all public buildings are readily accessible to the [disabled].05. The injury to her knee [disabled] her for life.06. There are special Olympics for [disabled] athletes, such as those who are blind or in wheelchairs.07. He doesn't consider his blindness to be a [disability]; to him, it is simply a challenge.08. He has been physically [disabled] ever since he broke his back in a car accident.09. James Bond was able to [disable] the bomb just seconds before it was set to explode.10. The Rick Hansen Institute works to remove barriers that limit people with [disabilities] from reaching their full potential.11. He has a speech [disability] that makes him almost impossible to understand.12. Studies show that people with [disabilities] are less likely to engage in regular moderate physical activity than people without [disabilities], yet they have similar needs to promote their health, and prevent unnecessary disease.13. Lebanon's civil war has left over 75,000 of its people with permanent [disabilities].14. The intense fires that erupted when the hijacked airliners hit the World Trade Center's twin towers [disabled] the water supply for hoses.15. It is estimated that as many as 25,000 people in Angola have been permanently [disabled] by landmines.16. Until recently, people with [disabilities], the very old, animals, street vendors and even pregnant women were never seen in the North Korean capital P'yonggyang.17. In December of 1984, a gas leak at a pesticide plant near Bhopal, India, killed 3,000 people, and [disabled] thousands.18. In the 1930s, the Nazis began murdering physically and mentally [disabled] people by gas, lethal injection and forced starvation.19. A man named Jeff Adams went all the way up the 1,776 stairs to the top of the CN Tower in his wheelchair to illustrate the barriers facing people with [disabilities].20. Recently, the World Health Organization put stress at the top of the worldwide [disabilities] list.21. Stress is currently the number one workplace [disability] issue in North America.
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disabled — Ⅰ. disabled UK US /dɪˈseɪbld/ adjective ► not having one or more of the physical or mental abilities that most people have: »disabled customers. »Many meat packing workers say the work is so physically hard that they become disabled after only a… … Financial and business terms
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disabled — [dis ābəld] adj. 1. not in proper working order; out of commission [a disabled ship] 2. having a physical or mental disability the disabled those who are physically or mentally disabled; the handicapped … English World dictionary
disabled — adj. 1. injured so as to be unable to function; as, disabled veterans. Syn: hors de combat, out of action. [WordNet 1.5 +PJC] 2. unable to function at normal capacity. Syn: handicapped, incapacitated. [WordNet 1.5 +PJC] … The Collaborative International Dictionary of English
disabled — ► ADJECTIVE ▪ having a physical or mental disability. USAGE Disabled is the standard term for people with physical or mental disabilities, and should be used rather than outmoded, now sometimes offensive, terms such as crippled … English terms dictionary
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disabled — dis|a|bled W3 [dısˈeıbəld] adj 1.) someone who is disabled cannot use a part of their body properly, or cannot learn easily →↑handicapped ▪ a support group for parents of disabled children ▪ a severely disabled polio patient physically/mentally… … Dictionary of contemporary English
disabled */*/ — UK [dɪsˈeɪb(ə)ld] / US [dɪˈseɪb(ə)ld] adjective Words that avoid giving offence: disabled: Use disabled to describe someone who has a permanent condition, especially a physical one, that limits their activities in some way – for example, a… … English dictionary
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