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Translation of "impotent" - English-Spanish dictionary

impotent

adjective   /ˈɪm.pə.tənt/
not having the power or ability to change or improve a situation impotente You feel so impotent when your child is ill and you cannot help them.1918
If a man is impotent, he cannot have sex because his penis cannot become hard or stay hard. impotente 2394
(Definition of impotent from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

impotent

adjective /ˈimpətənt/
lacking the power to be able do anything effective impotente Overwhelmed by the sheer enormity of the disaster, we felt impotent to do anything.
(of a man) unable to have sex due to not being able to achieve an erection. impotente
impotently adverb
con impotencia The manager looked on impotently as his team slumped to defeat.
impotence noun
impotencia the political impotence of the anti-war movement.
(Definition of impotent from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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