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N-COUNT 瘸子;残疾人 A person with a physical disability or a serious permanent injury is sometimes referred to as a cripple .
She has gone from being a healthy, fit, and sporty young woman to being a cripple.
VERB 使残疾;使成为跛子 If someone is crippled by an injury, it is so serious that they can never move their body properly again.
Mr Easton was seriously crippled in an accident and had to leave his job...
He had been warned that another bad fall could cripple him for life...
N-COUNT (心理上或情感上)有缺陷的人 If you describe someone as an emotional cripple, you mean that they have a particular psychological or emotional problem which prevents them from living a normal life.
VERB 使(心理上或情感上)出现问题 If something cripples a person, it causes them severe psychological or emotional problems.
Howard wanted to be a popular singer, but stage fright crippled him...
I'm not perfect but I'm also not emotionally crippled or lonely.
VERB 严重毁坏(机器);破坏(组织、体系) To cripple a machine, organization, or system means to damage it severely or prevent it from working properly.
Let's try to cripple their communications...
A total cut-off of supplies would cripple the country's economy...