Definition of 'paralysed'
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She stared out at the paralysed, angry traffic, shaking her head. MAN AND WIFE (2002)Johnny shut his eyes and waited, paralysed, for the teeth to bite into him. A MEANS TO EVIL (2002)I stood, paralysed with amazement, in the kitchen doorway, staring at Rudolf's cage. RESCUING ROSE (2002)
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Translations for 'paralysed'
British English: paralysed /ˈpærəˌlaɪzd/ ADJECTIVE
If someone or part of their body is paralysed, they have no feeling in their body, or in part of their body, and are unable to move.
...a paralysed right arm.
- American English: paralyzed
- Arabic: مَشْلُولً
- Brazilian Portuguese: paralisado
- Chinese: 瘫痪的
- Croatian: paraliziran
- Czech: ochrnutý
- Danish: lammet
- Dutch: verlamd
- European Spanish: paralizado
- Finnish: halvautunut
- French: paralysé
- German: gelähmt
- Greek: παράλυτος
- Italian: paralizzato
- Japanese: 麻痺した
- Korean: 마비된
- Norwegian: paralysert
- Polish: sparaliżowany
- European Portuguese: paralisado
- Romanian: paralizat
- Russian: парализованный
- Spanish: paralizado
- Swedish: paralyserad
- Thai: เคลื่อนไหวไม่ได้
- Turkish: felçli
- Ukrainian: паралізований
- Vietnamese: liệt
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