1. পঙ্গু বা অক্ষম করে দেওয়া; to injure or affect sb permanently so that, for example, they cannot walk or cannot use a part of their body
a disabling condition
She was disabled in the accident.
He was disabled in a plane crash.
2. অকার্যকর করা; to make sth unable to work so that it cannot be used
These guns will destroy or disable any incoming missile.
Disable the alarm system and then enter the building.
The burglars gained entry to the building after disabling the alarm.
1. প্রতিবন্ধী; unable to use a part of your body completely or easily because of a physical condition, illness, injury, etc.
physically / mentally disabled
He was born disabled.
facilities for disabled people
The accident left him severely disabled.
the disabled (plural noun)
প্রতিবন্ধী লোকজন; people who are disabled
caring for the sick, elderly and disabled
It is often very difficult for the disabled to find jobs.
অক্ষম করে দেয় এমন; able to disable
a disabling illness
It was a disabling blow to my mind.
প্রতিবন্ধীত্ব; বিকলাঙ্গতা; an illness, injury or condition that makes it difficult for someone to do the things that other people do
a physical/learning disability
She is deaf, but refuses to let her disability prevent her from doing what she wants to do.
Trying to change attitudes to disability is an uphill struggle.
Note: The word â€˜disabledâ€™ is often used as a synonym of â€˜handicappedâ€™. â€˜Disabledâ€™ is the most generally accepted term to refer to people with a permanent illness or injury that makes it difficult for them to use part of their body completely or easily. â€˜Handicappedâ€™ is slightly old-fashioned and many people now think it is offensive. People also now prefer to use the word disability rather than handicap. The expression â€˜disabled peopleâ€™ is often preferred to â€˜the disabledâ€™ because it sounds more personal. â€˜Disabledâ€™ and â€˜disabilityâ€™ can be used with other words to talk about a mental condition: â€˜mentally disabledâ€™, â€˜learning disabilitiesâ€™. If somebodyâ€™s ability to hear, speak or see has been damaged but not destroyed completely, they have â€˜impaired hearing / speech / sight / visionâ€™). They can be described as â€˜visually / hearing impairedâ€™ or â€˜partially sightedâ€™: The museum has special facilities for blind and partially sighted visitors.