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paralysed

adjective UK ( US paralyzed)     /ˈpærəlaɪzd/
UNABLE TO MOVE unable to move all or part of your body because of an injury or illnessHandicap and the disabledDisorders of muscles and the nervous system
FRIGHTENED unable to move or speak because you are so frightened: to be paralysed with fearAfraid
Translations of “paralysed”
in Chinese (Traditional) 麻痺的,癱瘓的…
in Russian парализованный, застывший…
in Turkish felç olmuş, felç inmiş, inme inmiş…
in Chinese (Simplified) 麻痹的,瘫痪的…
in Polish sparaliżowany, porażony…
(Definition of paralysed from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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