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Adjective
/disˈābəld/,
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(of a person) Having a physical or mental condition that limits their movements, senses, or activities,
  1. (of a person) Having a physical or mental condition that limits their movements, senses, or activities
    • - facilities for disabled people
    • - the needs of the disabled
  2. (of an activity, organization, or facility) Specifically designed for or relating to people with such a physical or mental condition


  1. incapable of functioning as a consequence of injury or illness
  2. people collectively who are crippled or otherwise physically handicapped; "technology to help the elderly and the disabled"
  3. (disabling) crippling: that cripples or disables or incapacitates; "a crippling injury"
  4. (disabling) depriving of legal right; rendering legally disqualified; "certain disabling restrictions disqualified him for citizenship"
  5. Disability, according to the World Health Organization, is defined as "...an umbrella term, covering impairments, activity limitations, and participation restrictions. ...
  6. Disabled is a war poem by Wilfred Owen written in 1917. It expresses the tormented thoughts and recollections of a teenaged soldier in the Great War who has lost his limbs in battle and is now confined, utterly helpless, to a wheelchair. ...
  7. Those who are disabled, regarded collectively or as a social group; Made incapable of use or action; Having a disability, especially physical; Legally disqualified
  8. (Disabling) Non-participatory form of service which renders the user unable to have a say in the process.
  9. (Disabling) Physical impairments that limit one or more major life activities such as: caring for oneself; performing manual tasks; walking; seeing; hearing; speaking; breathing; learning; and working.
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  11. Referring to a Child, means a Child whose mental retardation or physical incapacity is a medically determinable condition which prevents the Child from engaging in self-sustaining employment; provided that the disability commences and the Child was covered immediately prior to such Child's ...
  12. In this policy, "disabled" means "disabled for Canada Pension Plan (CPP) purposes" unless otherwise stated. This is described in the Canada Pension Plan legislation under paragraph 42.
  13. According to the Social Model of Disability, a person is disabled by their environment or by society when the needs of people with different impairemnets are not considered.  Suitable planning and universal design can remove many of the barriers that prevent many from participating actively.
  14. A suspension of service to a port location. Usually temporary, disables are associated with threats to the security of the network.
  15. A status indicating that a program, job, or scan is not available.
  16. According to the Internal Revenue Service, a person is permanently and totally disabled if both of the following apply:
  17. a button that is disabled cannot be activated; its label becomes light grey.
  18. For Medicaid eligibility purposes, a disabled person is someone whose physical or mental condition prevents him or her from doing enough work or the type of work needed for self-support. The condition must be expected to last for at least a year or be expected to result in death. ...
  19. means any person who has a physical or mental impairment that substantially limits one or more major life activities; anyone who is regarded as having such an impairment or anyone who has a record of such impairment. ...
  20. activists, such as Tom Shakespeare (2002), argue that although their impairments may cause them pain or discomfort, what really dis-ables people as members of society is a socio-cultural system which does not recognise their right to genuine equality.
  21. Borrowing from the Deaf community, generally, folks with “small d” disabilities do not associate with other members of the disability community, strive to identify themselves with non-disabled people, and regard their disabilities solely in medical terms. ...
  22. F: the state of a ship when, by the loss of her masts, sails, yards, or rigging; by springing a leak, or receiving some fracture in her hull, or other disaster; she is rendered incapable of prosecuting her voyage without great difficulty and danger.
  23. When someone is unable to perform particular activities. Refers to somebody with a condition that makes it difficult to perform some or all of the basic tasks of daily life
  24. A person who meets SSI program requirements as defined in 42 U.S.C. §1382c(a)(3).
  25. The resources, represented by the resource object, have been provisioned to the users or organizations. However, these users or organizations have temporarily lost access to the resources.