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Japanese translation of “handicap”

handicap

noun
 
/ˈhæn·dɪ·kæp/
something that is wrong with your mind or body permanently
(精神・身体の)障がい
a mental/physical handicap
something that makes it more difficult for you to do something
(物事を行う上での)障害
Not having a car was a real handicap in the countryside.
(Definition of handicap noun from the Cambridge English-Japanese Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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