impairment

  1. the occurrence of a change for the worse
  2. a symptom of reduced quality or strength
  3. the condition of being unable to perform as a consequence of physical or mental unfitness
  4. damage that results in a reduction of strength or quality
  5. the act of making something futile and useless (as by routine)

Impairment

• (n.) The state of being impaired; injury.
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impairment

(from the article `fatigue`) ...Indeed, often enough one may be `fatigued` without knowing it, indicating the predominance of relatively subpersonalistic factors at work. Such ...
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impairment

(im-par´mәnt) a decrease in strength or value. any abnormality of, partial or complete loss of, or loss of the function of, a body part, organ, or system; this may be due directly or secondarily to pathology or injury and may be either temporary or permanent. Examples include muscle weakness, i...
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impairment

noun damage that results in a reduction of strength or quality
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Impairment

Im·pair'ment noun [ Middle English enpeirement , Old French empirement .] The state of being impaired; injury. 'The impairment of my health.' Dryden.
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impairment

A loss of part or all of a physical or mental ability, such as the ability to see, walk, or learn.
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Impairment

A physical impairment is a physiological disorder or condition, cosmetic disfigurement or anatomical loss affecting one or more of the body systems. A mental impairment is any mental or psychological disorder.
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Impairment

A physical or mental condition resulting from injury or illness, which diminishes an individual
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impairment

A physical or mental defect at the level of a body system or organ. The official WHO definition is: any loss or abnormality of psychological, physiological or anatomical structure or function. ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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impairment

a symptom of reduced quality or strength
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Impairment

An alteration of health status, assessed by objective medical criteria. This is a medical finding.
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Impairment

An alteration of health status, assessed by objective medical criteria. This is a medical finding.
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Impairment

An impairment, in accounting, is a loss of value of an intangible asset like a copyright or patent that should be reflected on future financial statements in the form of an impairment loss.
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impairment

an undesired change of a signal reducing the telephone transmission performance NOTE - Impairment may be caused by noise, distortion or other phenomena.
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impairment

impairment 1. Damage which results in a reduction of strength or quality. 2. A symptom of reduced quality or strength. 3. The act of making something futile and useless (as by routine). 4. The occurrence of a change for the worse. 5. The condition of being unable to perform as a consequence of physical or mental unfitness; for example, a hearin...
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Impairment

See nonviolation
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Impairment

The cost shown in the profit and loss account as the result of a fall in the value of an asset....more on Impairment
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impairment

Type: Term Pronunciation: im-pār′ment Definitions: 1. A physical or mental defect at the level of a body system or organ. The official WHO definition is: any loss or abnormality of psychological, physiologic, or anatomic structure or function.
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Impairment

When a person's faculties are diminished so that his or her ability to see, hear, walk, talk and judge distances is below the normal level as set by the state. Typically, impairment is caused by drug or alcohol use, but can also be caused by mental illness. Even if a person's alcohol level is lower than the legal intoxication level, he can still be...
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impairment

[n] - damage that results in a reduction of strength or quality
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