incapacitate ( incapacitates 3rd person present) ( incapacitating present participle) ( incapacitated past tense & past participle ) If something incapacitates you, it weakens you in some way, so that you cannot do certain things.
A serious fall incapacitated the 68-year-old congressman. V n
incapacitated adj usu v-link ADJ
He is incapacitated and can't work.
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cripple, disable, disqualify, immobilize, lay up (informal) paralyse, prostrate, put out of action (informal) scupper (Brit. slang) unfit (rare)
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