handicapped

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İngilizce - Türkçe
{s} özürlü

Gönüllüler özürlülerin yararına bağış topladı. - Volunteers collected donations for the benefit of the handicapped.

Emi özürlü bir adama yerini verdi. - Emi gave her seat to a handicapped man.

özürlüler

O, özürlülere yardım etmek için hayatını adadı. - She devoted her life to helping the handicapped.

Gönüllüler özürlülerin yararına bağış topladı. - Volunteers collected donations for the benefit of the handicapped.

aksak
{f} engelle
topal
handikaplı
(Tıp) Normal hareket ve davranışlarında kusurlar bulunan kimseler için kullanılan bir deyim, geri zekalı
{s} sakat
engellenmiş
{s} yetersiz
engelli

Engelli insanlar acınmaya katlanamaz. - Handicapped people can't stand being pitied.

Engelli otopark yeri mevcuttur. - Handicapped parking is available.

engelli insanlar
engelli (sakat)
engelliler
handicapped lift
Engelli asansörü
handicapped in motion pictures
sinemada engelliler
handicapped policy
özürlüler politikası
handicap
handicapped sakat
handicap
{i} engel

Engelli insanlar acınmaya katlanamaz. - Handicapped people can't stand being pitied.

Tom zihinsel engelli yetişkinlerle çalışır. - Tom works with mentally handicapped adults.

handicap
engel olmak
handicap
(Politika, Siyaset) mani
handicap
özürlülük
handicap
engellemek
handicap
dezavantaj
handicap
engelli koşu
handicap
{f} engel koy
handicap
(yarış/vb.de) daha güçlülere daha zor olmak üzere verilen dezavantaj
mentally handicapped
zihinsel özürlü
handicap
{i} yetersizlik
mentally handicapped
akıl hastası
visually handicapped
Görme engelli
advisory board for handicapped
özürlüler danışma kurulu
computers and the handicapped
(Bilgisayar) bilgisayarlar ve özürlüler
handicap
mahzur
handicap
handikap
handicap
engel koymak
handicap
yardıma
handicap
elverişsiz durum
handicap
(Askeri) HANDİKAP, ENGEL
handicap
mânia koymak
handicap
malul
handicap
mentally handicapped geri zekâlı
handicap
spor engelli koşu
handicap
{i} spor handikap
handicap
the handicapped sakatlar
handicap
{f} ket vurmak
handicap
{i} özür

O, özürlülere yardım etmek için hayatını adadı. - She devoted her life to helping the handicapped.

O kötü işitmekten özürlü. - She is handicapped by poor hearing.

handicap
yarışta mânia koymak
mentally handicapped children
zihinsel özürlü çocuklar
mentally handicapped youth
zihinsel özürlü gençler
physical handicapped
bedensel özürlü
İngilizce - İngilizce
Simple past tense and past participle of handicap
Having a handicap
Limited by an impediment of some kind
A person who is incapable of self-support due to a mental or physical disability
Those children evaluated as having any of the following impairments, who because of these impairments need special education and related services (These definitions apply specifically to data from the U S Office of Special Education and Rehabilitative Services presented in this publication )
the extent to which facilities are free of barriers and usable by mobile handicapped people, including wheelchair users
The consequences of a disability when it causes an individual to function measurably lower intellectually, physically, or emotionally than individuals without disabilities Usage of this term may have negative connotations
{s} physically disabled; disadvantaged, limited
Someone who is handicapped has a physical or mental disability that prevents them living a totally normal life. Many people who have a disability find this word offensive. I'm going to work two days a week teaching handicapped kids to fish Alex was mentally handicapped. Some people refer to people who are handicapped as the handicapped. measures to prevent discrimination against the handicapped
incapacitated by injury or illness
As defined by Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, any person who has a physical or mental impairment which substantially limits one or more major life activity, has a record of such impairment, or is regarded as having such an impairment
handicapped permit
A permit allowing handicapped people to park in handicapped spaces
handicapped sign
A sign indicating that a certain parking space is a handicapped space and that any nonhandicapped person parking there will have to pay a big fine
handicapped space
A parking space reserved for handicapped people
handicapped-accessible
Able to be accessed by people having physical handicaps
handicapped person
a person who has some handicap that interferes with normal functions
handicap
To place at disadvantage

The candidate was heavily handicapped.

handicap
An allowance of a certain amount of time or distance in starting, granted in a race (or other contest of skill) to the competitor possessing disadvantages; or an additional weight or other hindrance imposed upon the one possessing advantages, in order to equalize, as much as possible, the chances of success

A handicap in chess often involves removal of the queen's rook.

handicap
The disadvantage itself, in particular physical or mental disadvantages of people
handicap
To encumber with a handicap in any contest
handicap
An old game at cards. - Pepys
handicap
A race, for horses or men, or any contest of agility, strength, or skill, in which there is an allowance of time, distance, weight, or other advantage, to equalize the chances of the competitors
handicap
To estimate betting odds

Grandpa Andy would buy the racing form the day ahead of time so he could handicap the race before he even arrived at the track.

Association for the Rehabilitation of the Mentally Handicapped
organization working to rehabilitate mentally disabled persons
Handicap
hcp
handicap
(related - "handicap differential, handicap index, index") the average difference between a player's scores and a set standard, as calculated by specified procedures and formulas (more detail) Example: A handicap/index is mainly used in tournaments and wagers so that players of different levels of proficiency can compete against one another, but is also a valid and objective way of measuring one's progress
handicap
Pins added to a bowler's score to help equalize competition The handicap is based on the bowler's average as compared to some arbitrary number set by the league If that number is, for example, 180, and the bowler's average is 145, the handicap would be 35 pins
handicap
A system devised to make play between golfers of different standards an even match Your handicap is the number of strokes over par you average over four rounds at a golf course For instance, if your average score is 88 on a par 72 course, you are given a handicap of 16 In strokeplay, if you play with a person that has a 2 handicap, you are allowed 14 strokes - the difference between your handicaps - extra strokes, one on each of the most difficult 14 holes In matchplay, the longer handicap player would receive 11 shots - three quarters of the difference
handicap
is a disadvantage for a given individual, resulting from an impairment or a disability, that limits or prevents fulfilment of a role that is normal (depending on age, sex and social and cultural factors) for that individual (ICIDH)
handicap
All registered players are rated on a scale of -2 to 10 (the higher the better) Although the word "goal" is often used after the digit, it bears no relation to the number of goals a player might score - only his ability The handicap of the team is the sum total rating of its players, and in handicap matches the team with higher handicap gives the difference in ratings to the other team For example, a six-goal team will give two goals to a four-goal team
handicap
Hence the disadvantage itself, in particular physical or mental disadvantages of people
handicap
Pins awarded to a player or team in an attempt to equalize competition Often refered to as a percentage of a established target score For example, if the handicap was 90% of 200, a player with an average of 160 would receive 36 pins as the handicap (90% of 200-160) Many studies have been done and it seems that the most fair method is to base the handicap on at least the highest average in the league 100% handicap leagues are becoming more common
handicap
The actual obstacles a person encounters in the pursuit of his/her needs, tasks, goals and dreams in real life It is the barriers both physical and attitudinal erected by society which "handicap" a person
handicap
advantage given to a competitor to equalize chances of winning put at a disadvantage; "The brace I have to wear is hindering my movements" attempt to forecast the winner (especially in a horse race) and assign odds for or against a contestant
handicap
{i} disadvantage, hindrance; physical disability
handicap
advantage given to a competitor to equalize chances of winning put at a disadvantage; "The brace I have to wear is hindering my movements"
handicap
A handicap is a disadvantage for a given individual, resulting from an impairment or disability, that limits or prevents the fulfillment of a role that is normal (depending on age, sex and social and cultural factors) for that individual
handicap
The rating of the polo player ranges from a -2 to a 10 The teams are matched to play each other, depending on the total of the players handicaps
handicap
If an event or a situation handicaps someone or something, it places them at a disadvantage. Greater levels of stress may seriously handicap some students
handicap
(WHO definition) Disadvantages experienced by the individual as a result of impairment and disabilities This reflects the interaction and adaptation to the individual's surroundings To these is often added the concept of distress or more recently well-being (Enderby 1992) reflecting the subjective response in the individual to the impairment
handicap
A handicap is an event or situation that places you at a disadvantage and makes it harder for you to do something. Being a foreigner was not a handicap
handicap
In golf, a handicap is an advantage given to someone who is not a good player, in order to make the players more equal. As you improve, your handicap gets lower. I see your handicap is down from 16 to
handicap
Impairment of a particular kind of social and psychological behavior It is the extent of the individual's subjective interpretation of his disability and impairment
handicap
the condition of being unable to perform as a consequence of physical or mental unfitness; "reading disability"; "hearing impairment"
handicap
the result of any physical or mental condition that affects or prevents one's ability to develop, achieve, and/or function in an educational setting at a normal rate
handicap
{f} disable, restrict, hinder, impede
handicap
attempt to forecast the winner (especially in a horse race) and assign odds for or against a contestant
handicap
Any characteristic of a person which hinders or prevents them from participating fully in society and/or achieving quality of life The term used to be used in a similar sense to disability but is now generally reserved for those disabilities which society regards as preventing their full participation in society The term is still commonly used in international circles as a translation for disability because of its similarity with words in other languages
handicap
injure permanently; "He was disabled in a car accident"
handicap
A disadvantage for a given individual, resulting from an impairment or disability, that limits or prevents the fulfillment of a life that is normal, depending on age, sex, social and cultural factors, for that individual
handicap
A handicap is a physical or mental disability. He lost his leg when he was ten, but learnt to overcome his handicap
handicap
An old game at cards
handicap
the social consequences of disability and/or impairment (eg inability to find employment)
handicap
(related: "handicap differential", "handicap index", "index") the average difference between a player's scores and a set standard, as calculated by specified procedures and formulas Example: A handicap/index is mainly used in tournaments and wagers so that players of different levels of proficiency can compete against one another, but is also a valid and objective way of measuring one's progress
handicap
advantage given to a competitor to equalize chances of winning
handicap
To encumber with a handicap in any contest; hence, in general, to place at disadvantage; as, the candidate was heavily handicapped
handicap
something immaterial that interferes with or delays action or progress
handicap
When one car is faster than the other, the slower gets a head start Headstart depends on previous elapsed times or dial ins
handicap
An allowance of a certain amount of time or distance in starting, granted in a race to the competitor possessing inferior advantages; or an additional weight or other hindrance imposed upon the one possessing superior advantages, in order to equalize, as much as possible, the chances of success; as, the handicap was five seconds, or ten pounds, and the like
handicap
An attempt, usually affecting time or material, to make a stronger player's challenges more equal to that of the weaker player
handicap
barriers imposed by society, the environment, or attitudes that prevent a person with a disability from performing a role that is normal for that person
handicap
Pins awarded to individuals or teams in an attempt to equalize competition
handicap
The comparative rating of polo players awarded by the HPA Handicaps are expressed in goals (to describe a player's value to the team, not the number of goals he is expected to score) and range from the beginners' -2 to 10 goals (the best) Players' handicaps are added together to derive a team handicap that, in turn, is used to equalise competition The difference in goals between two teams is awarded to the lower rated team before play begins
handicap
5. In horse racing, a handicap is a race in which some competitors are given a disadvantage of extra weight in an attempt to give everyone an equal chance of winning. handicapped handicapping to make it difficult for someone to do something that they want or need to do. In sports and games, a method of offsetting the varying abilities or characteristics of competitors in order to equalize their chances of winning. Handicapping takes many, often complicated, forms. In horse racing, a track official known as the handicapper may assign weights to horses according to their speed in previous performances; the presumed fastest horse must carry the most weight. In golf, two unequal players may have a close match by allowing the poorer player a handicap, a certain number of uncounted strokes based on earlier performances. In sailboat racing, dissimilar boats compete under handicapping formulas that add time to the faster boats' actual elapsed time for a race; thus, the winner of a race may not be the first to finish but rather the boat that performs best in relation to its design. See also bookmaking; gambling
handicap
" the social ramifications of having a disability; it is not the biological condition but the societal barriers which restrict our lives as disabled people "
handicap
put at a disadvantage; "The brace I have to wear is hindering my movements"
handicap
The number of strokes a player is given to adjust his score to that of standard scratch It allows golfers of different abilities to compete on equal terms
mentally handicapped
a mentally handicapped person has a problem with their brain, often from the time they are born, that affects their ability to think or control their body movements
physically handicapped
disabled, having a physical deformity
visually handicapped
Visual impairment which, even with correction, adversely affects a child's educational performance The term includes both partially seeing and blind children
visually handicapped
means a person who suffers from any of the following conditions, namely
visually handicapped
Having a visual impairment which, even with correction, adversely affects the student's educational performance The term includes partially seeing and blind children
visually handicapped person
someone handicapped by inferior vision
handicapped