incapacitate

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İngilizce - İngilizce
to deprive of power, capacity, competency, or qualification
to make incapable (of doing something)
To deprive of capacity or natural power; to disable; to render incapable or unfit; to disqualify; as, his age incapacitated him for war
If something incapacitates you, it weakens you in some way, so that you cannot do certain things. A serious fall incapacitated the 68-year-old congressman. + incapacitated in·ca·paci·tat·ed He is incapacitated and can't work
make unable to perform a certain action; "disable this command on your computer"
{f} limit ability, disable; disqualify (Law)
To deprive of legal or constitutional requisites, or of ability or competency for the performance of certain civil acts; to disqualify
injure permanently; "He was disabled in a car accident"
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Simple past of incapacitate
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Present participle of incapacitate
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The act of incapacitating or state of being incapacitated; incapacity; disqualification
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{v} to disqualify, disable, weaken
To incapacitate
stun
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incapacitated by injury or illness
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Not having the adequate ability, knowledge or fitness to accomplish daily routines
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to make legally incapable or ineligible
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Unable to act
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A person found by a judge to have a mental or physical condition which makes him/her unable to manage his/her own affairs
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lacking in or deprived of strength or power; "lying ill and helpless"; "helpless with laughter"
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third-person singular of incapacitate
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that cripples or disables or incapacitates; "a crippling injury"
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That incapacitates
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An abnormal condition when the level of products and services a critical infrastructure provides its customers is reduced While typically a temporary condition, an infrastructure is considered incapacitated when the duration of reduced performance causes a debilitating impact
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{i} limiting of ability; disqualification (Law)
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A strategy of punishment associated with positivist approaches to criminology Sick offenders are removed from society (institutionalized or imprisoned) if they cannot be cured and rehabilitated, in order to protect society from harm See also Deterrence and Retribution
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Considered to be "moderate-to-severe"--unless otherwise specified It may include prostration and convulsions
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