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disable definition

  • verb-transitive:
    • To rob of capacity or effectiveness, specially to impair the actual abilities of.
    • Law To render lawfully disqualified.
    • To render not able or incapable; to destroy the force, vitality, or energy of action of; to rob of skilled actual or intellectual power; to incapacitate; to disqualify; to produce inexperienced or unfit for service; to impair.
    • To rob of right in law or certification; to make lawfully unable.
    • To rob of the which provides price or estimation; to declare without competency; to disparage; to undervalue.
    • To rob of capacity or effectiveness, especially to impair the actual abilities of.
    • Law To make lawfully disqualified.
    • To render unable or unable; to destroy the power, vitality, or power of activity of; to rob of competent real or intellectual energy; to incapacitate; to disqualify; to help make incompetent or unfit for solution; to impair.
    • To rob of legal right or qualification; to render legally incapable.
    • To deprive of the which provides value or estimation; to declare with a lack of competency; to disparage; to undervalue.
  • verb:
    • To render unable; to eliminate an ability of.
    • To impair the real or mental capabilities of; to cause a critical, permanent injury.
    • to deactivate a function of an electronical or technical unit.
    • injure forever
    • make unable to do a particular action
    • To make not able; to eliminate an ability of.
    • To impair the real or emotional capabilities of; resulting in a critical, permanent injury.
    • to deactivate a function of an electronical or technical unit.
    • injure forever
    • make not able to do a certain action
  • adjective:
    • Lacking capability; unable.
    • Lacking ability; unable.
  • others:
    • To make not able; deprive of ability, actual, mental, or appropriate; weaken or destroy the capability of; cripple or incapacitate: since, a ship is disabled by a storm or a battle; a race-horse is disabled by lameness; losing memory disables a teacher.
    • To impair; diminish; impoverish.
    • To pronounce incapable; hence, to detract from; disparage; undervalue.
    • Synonyms To cripple, paralyze, enfeeble, unfit, disqualify.
    • Wanting ability; inexperienced.
    • To make not able; deprive of capability, actual, emotional, or appropriate; deteriorate or destroy the capability of; cripple or incapacitate: since, a ship is disabled by a storm or a battle; a race-horse is disabled by lameness; loss of memory disables a teacher.
    • To impair; diminish; impoverish.
    • To pronounce unable; thus, to detract from; disparage; undervalue.
    • Synonyms To cripple, paralyze, enfeeble, unfit, disqualify.
    • Wanting ability; inexperienced.
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