Onaj koji je nesposoban ili onesposobljen za službu i zarađivanje radi izdržavanja sebe i svoje porodice, naročito onaj koji je onesposobljen u ratu, ratni invalid. (lat.)
cripple / krɪpl̩ /
ETYM Old Eng. cripel, crepel, crupel, AS. crypel (akin to Dutch kreuple, German krüppel, Dan. kröbling, Icel. kryppill), prop., one that can not walk, but must creep, from AS. creópan to creep. Related to Creep.
Someone whose legs are disabled.
disabled person / ˌdɪˈseɪbl̩d ˈpɝːsn̩ /
Person who lacks one or more physical ability (like the ability to walk or coordinate movements); crippled person, incapacitated person
handicapped person / ˈhændiˌkæpt ˈpɝːsn̩ /
A person who has some handicap that interferes with normal functions.
ETYM French invalide, Latin invalidus. Related to Invalid null.
Someone who is incapacitated by a chronic illness or injury; SYN. shut-in.
lame duck / ˈleɪm ˈdək /
1. One that is weak or that falls behind in ability or achievement; especially chiefly British; an ailing company
2. An elected official or group continuing to hold political office during the period between the election and the inauguration of a successor, an elected official still in office but not slated to continue.
3. One whose position or term of office will soon end
valetudinarian / vælɪtjuːdɪneərɪən /
Weak or sickly person especially one morbidly concerned with his or her health.
wheelie / wiːli /
A maneuver in which a wheeled vehicle (as a bicycle) is momentarily balanced on its rear wheel or wheels.
Reč dana | 02.10.2020.
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