Meaning of “disabled” - Learner’s Dictionary

disabled

adjective us uk /dɪˈseɪbld/
better access for the disabledThis seat is reserved for elderly or disabled passengers.They have not been very responsive to the needs of disabled customers.The hotel has good facilities for the disabled.The company offers holidays for severely disabled people.

B1 having an illness, injury, or condition that makes it difficult to do the things that other people do:

They are demanding equal rights for the disabled.

(Definition of “disabled” from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)