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What does motor-disabled mean?
My dictionary gives no result.
Do you mean the one who can not use a motor or a vehicle? A blind can not use them too, women can't drive cars in Saudi?
I can't understand it, anyway does it mean quadriplegia?
Last edited by Atchan; 06-Jun-2010 at 22:47.
Good afternoon, Over the Top.
(1) You did not give the context, so it is difficult to know exactly what it means.
(2) I went to Google and found many references to motor-disabled, which is a disability.
(3) I then checked my good dictionary that explained that "motor" refers to muscular movement or the nerves activating muscular movement.
Have a nice day!
I have it, " Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary - 8th Edition" but I didn't install on my computer, because I thought that it's not useful. but though you use it, I will install it.
I use Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary - 3rd Edition. It is very useful.