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What is another word for disabling?

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Present participle for to cause to be physically injured, disabled or incapacitated
“Such an injury that could potentially disable someone for life.”
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Present participle for to cause someone to feel physically weak or weary
“My father kept up his tennis until he was eighty-eight, despite three heart attacks. He did not let illness disable him.”
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Present participle for to cause damage to something with the intent of disabling it
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“Performance monitoring will help you detect problems of many types, from runaway processes to network attacks meant to disable your services.”
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Present participle for to cause to be immobilized or ineffective
“Other drugs are used to disable the immune system and can have more severe effects on the digestive tract.”
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Present participle for to cause to be severely weakened or powerless
“He appears to have a few personality quirks which disable his effectiveness as a business partner.”
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Present participle for to deactivate or switch off
“A more sophisticated solution to this problem is to install occupancy sensors to disable the lights when the space is not in use.”
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Present participle for to disqualify or invalidate from progressing or being operational
“The system will automatically disable the affected campaign keywords and prevent ads from being displayed.”
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Present participle for to cause to be ineffective or deactivated
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Present participle for to destroy or disrupt by means of sabotage
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Present participle for to remove the fuse from (a bomb), making it safe
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Present participle for to cause pain or injury to
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Present participle for to destroy by, or as if by, an explosion
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Present participle for weaken
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Present participle for to dope something or someone, especially by giving it a drug
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Present participle for break or cause to break suddenly and violently into pieces
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Present participle for to subdue or hurt physically or violently
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Present participle for to forcibly impose obedience or servitude upon
Adjective
Of or relating to paralysis
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