Sinonimi di impair
to damage or weaken in strength or qualityThe bright sunshine was impairing my vision.
These options would actually worsen the economy and add to the deficit.
Consumption is being reduced by 25 per cent.
He damaged the car with a baseball bat.
Too much stress can injure your health.
a warning that the product may harm the environment
The scar was discreet enough not to mar his good looks.
This will undermine their chances of success.
Her opponents believe that her authority has been fatally weakened.
It is important not to let mistakes spoil your life.
Federalism is intended to diminish the power of the central state.
The medication is said to decrease the risk of heart attack.
There are fears that the situation may deteriorate.
Keep immunisations up to date to lessen the risk of serious illness.
Fear threatened to debilitate me.
electoral abuses which could vitiate the entire voting process
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in the sense of damage
to harm or injureHe damaged the car with a baseball bat.
in the sense of debilitate
to make gradually weakerFear threatened to debilitate me.
in the sense of decrease
to make or become less in size, strength, or quantityThe medication is said to decrease the risk of heart attack.
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