Disable

• (v. t.) To render unable or incapable; to destroy the force, vigor, or power of action of; to deprive of competent physical or intellectual power; to incapacitate; to disqualify; to make incompetent or unfit for service; to impair. • (v. t.) To deprive of that which gives value or estimation; to declare lacking in competency; to dispara...
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disable

1. To render unable or incapable; to destroy the force, vigor, or power of action of; to deprive of competent physical or intellectual power; to incapacitate; to disqualify; to make incompetent or unfit for service; to impair. 'A Christian's life is a perpetual exercise, a wrestling and warfare, for which sensual pleasure disables him.' (Jer. Taylo...
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disable

invalid verb injure permanently; `He was disabled in a car accident`
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Disable

Dis·a'ble adjective Lacking ability; unable. [ Obsolete] 'Our disable and unactive force.' Daniel.
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Disable

Dis·a'ble transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Disabled ; present participle & verbal noun Disabling .] 1. To render unable or incapable; to destroy the force, vigor, or power of action of; to deprive of competent physica...
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disable

[v] - make unable to perform a certain action 2. [v] - injure permanently
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