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Translation of "disable" - English-Spanish dictionary

disable

verb   /dɪˈseɪ.bl̩/
to cause someone to have an illness, injury, or condition that makes it difficult for them to do the things that other people do dejar inválido She was disabled in the accident.20942503
to stop something such as (part of) a machine, system, or weapon from working inutilizar This weapons system will destroy or disable any incoming missile. Disable the alarm system and then enter the building.18820942503
disabling adjective   /-blɪŋ/
(Definition of disable from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

disable

verb /disˈeibl/
to reduce the ability or strength of; to cripple dejar incapacitado He was disabled during the war.
disability /disəˈbiləti/ noun ( plural disabilities)
something which disables invalidez, discapacidad, incapacidad, minusvalía He has a disability which prevents him from walking very far.
disability payment noun
an amount of money regularly paid by the government to disabled people. subsidio por invalidez, pensión por invalidez
disabled adjective
lacking ability or strength minusválido a disabled soldier.
disablement noun
inhabilitación, minusvalidez
(Definition of disable from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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