English translation of 'handicap'
Example Sentences Including 'handicap'
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Ces prisonniers ont été condamnés, mais leur handicap est la cause de difficultés accrues.Europarl Parallel Corpus
En première analyse, pour beaucoup, cela peut apparaître comme un handicap.Europarl Parallel Corpus
Leur prolifération est aujourd'hui un handicap majeur pour le développement agricole.Europarl Parallel Corpus
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'handicap' in Other Languages
British English: disability /ˌdɪsəˈbɪlɪtɪ/ NOUN
A disability is a physical or mental condition that restricts the way someone can live their life.
...facilities for people with disabilities.
- American English: disability
- Arabic: عَجْز
- Brazilian Portuguese: deficiência
- Chinese: 残疾
- Croatian: invaliditet
- Czech: invalidita
- Danish: handicap
- Dutch: invaliditeit
- European Spanish: discapacidad
- Finnish: vamma pysyvä
- French: handicap
- German: Behinderung Körper/Geist
- Greek: αναπηρία
- Italian: disabilità
- Japanese: 身体障害
- Korean: 장애
- Norwegian: uførhet
- Polish: niemożność
- European Portuguese: deficiência
- Romanian: handicap
- Russian: инвалидность
- Spanish: discapacidad
- Swedish: funktionshinder
- Thai: ความพิการ
- Turkish: sakatlık
- Ukrainian: інвалідність
- Vietnamese: sự tàn tật
British English: handicap NOUN
A handicap is a physical or mental disability.
He lost his leg when he was ten, but learnt to overcome his handicap.
British English: liability NOUN
If you say that someone or something is a liability, you mean that they cause a lot of problems or embarrassment.
As the president's prestige continues to fall, they're beginning to consider him a liability.
Translation of handicap from the Collins French to English
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