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paralysis

noun /pəˈrӕləsis/
a loss of the ability to move
parálisis
The paralysis affects his legs.
paralyse verb ( paralyze) to make unable to move
paralizar(se)
She was paralysed with fear when she saw the snake.
paralytic /pӕrəˈlitik/ adjective
paralítico
Translations of “paralysis”
in Arabic شَلَل…
in Korean 마비…
in Malaysian kelumpuhan…
in French paralysie…
in Turkish felç, inme, hareket edememe…
in Italian paralisi…
in Chinese (Traditional) 麻痺,癱瘓, 不知所措, (行動)癱瘓,停頓…
in Russian паралич, бессилие, беспомощность…
in Polish paraliż, porażenie…
in Vietnamese chứng liệt…
in Portuguese paralisia…
in Thai อัมพาต…
in German die Lähmung…
in Catalan paràlisi…
in Japanese 麻痺状態…
in Indonesian kelumpuhan…
in Chinese (Simplified) 麻痹,瘫痪, 不知所措, (行动)瘫痪,停顿…
(Definition of paralysis from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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