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  1. cripple

    • IPA[ˈkripəl]

    美式

    • v.
      cause severe and disabling damage to; deprive of the ability to function normally;cause (someone) to become unable to walk or move normally
    • n.
      a person with a severe limitation of a specified kind;a person who is unable to walk or move normally through disability or because of injury to their back or legs.
    • verb: cripple, 3rd person present: cripples, gerund or present participle: crippling, past tense: crippled, past participle: crippled

    • noun: cripple, plural noun: cripples

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    • 1. a person with a severe limitation of a specified kind an emotional cripple
    • 2. dated, offensive a person who is unable to walk or move normally through disability or because of injury to their back or legs.
    • adj.
      severely damaged or malfunctioning: the pilot displayed skill and nerve in landing the crippled plane his rule left the country with a crippled economy

    Oxford Dictionary

    • adj.
      severely damaged or malfunctioning: the pilot displayed skill and nerve in landing the crippled plane his rule left the country with a crippled economy

    Oxford American Dictionary

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    • IPA[ˈkrɪp(ə)l]

    英式

    • v.
      cause severe and disabling damage to; deprive of the ability to function normally: developing countries are crippled by their debts he was crippled by self-doubt during his career
    • n.
      a person with a severe limitation of a specified kind: an emotional cripple

    Oxford Dictionary

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