[ han-dee-kapt ]
/ ˈhæn diˌkæpt /
Sometimes Offensive. physically or mentally disabled.
of or designed for handicapped people: handicapped parking.
Sports. (of a competitor) marked by, being under, or having a handicap: a handicapped player.
(used with a plural verb)Sometimes Offensive.Usually the handicapped . handicapped persons collectively: increased job opportunities for the handicapped.
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usage note for handicapped
OTHER WORDS FROM handicappedmul·ti·hand·i·capped, adjectivenon·hand·i·capped, adjectiveun·hand·i·capped, adjective
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Example sentences from the Web for handicapped
You are terribly 'handicapped' as the racing people call it.Perlycross|R. D. Blackmore
British Dictionary definitions for handicapped
/ (ˈhændɪˌkæpt) /
psychol denoting a person whose social behaviour or emotional reactions are in some way impaired
(of a competitor) assigned a handicap
usage for handicapped
Nowadays the use of the word handicapped to describe people with disabilities is generally considered inappropriate. It is preferable to refer to someone as having a disability and to talk about people with disabilities
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