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  1. impair

    • IPA[ɪmˈpɛː]

    英式

    • v.
      weaken or damage (something, especially a faculty or function)
    • verb: impair, 3rd person present: impairs, gerund or present participle: impairing, past tense: impaired, past participle: impaired

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    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. weaken or damage (something, especially a faculty or function):

      a noisy job could permanently impair their hearing

    • adj. weakened or damaged:

    • an impaired banking system

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    • adj. weakened or damaged:

    • an impaired banking system

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    • adj. having a condition that makes it difficult to produce speech sounds correctly:

    • the student was severely speech-impaired

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    • adj. partially or completely blind.

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    • adj. having a condition that makes it difficult to produce speech sounds correctly:

    • the student was severely speech-impaired

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    • adj. partially or completely deaf.

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    • IPA[imˈper]

    美式

    • v.
      weaken or damage something (especially a human faculty or function):
    • drug use that impairs job performance

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