learning-disabled

[ lur-ning-dis-ey-buh ld ]
/ ˈlɜr nɪŋ dɪsˌeɪ bəld /

adjective

pertaining to or having a learning disability: a learning-disabled child.

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Origin of learning-disabled

First recorded in 1970–75
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Example sentences from the Web for learning-disabled

  • He was a ruthlessly-teased, learning-disabled little boy who was criticized by teachers for not being able to keep up in class.

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