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To cause to decrease, like in power, price,…
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To cause to decrease, like in power, price, or high quality: an injury that impaired my hearing; a severe violent storm impairing communications.
to help make even worse; to diminish in amount, worth, superiority, or power; to deteriorate.
To grow worse; to decline.
to damage; to impact adversely; having a diminishing impact on.
make even worse or less efficient
Diminution; decrease; reduction; damage; disgrace.
An impaired or strange thing; articles without a mate.
In roulette, an odd number.
to produce even worse; diminish in amount, worth, superiority, strength, or any other desirable high quality; deteriorate; weaken; enfeeble: since, to impair medical or personality; to impair a person's fortune.
Synonyms to minimize, decrease, reduce, injure. to be worse; be lessened or enfeebled; deteriorate.
Unequal; unworthy; unjust.
not just one of moobs; odd; unequaled.