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Translation of "handicap" - English-Spanish dictionary

handicap

noun /ˈhӕndikӕp/
something that makes doing something more difficult obstáculo, impedimento The loss of a finger would be a handicap for a pianist. (in a race, competition etc ) a disadvantage of some sort (eg having to run a greater distance in a race) given to the best competitors so that others have a better chance of winning. desventaja a race, competition etc in which this happens. handicap (a form of) physical or mental disability discapacidad (física); deficiencia (mental) children with physical handicaps. handicapped adjective discapacitado; deficiente He is physically handicapped and cannot walk a handicapped child.
(Definition of handicap from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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