impairment

(redirected from impairments)
Also found in: Dictionary, Medical, Financial.
Graphic Thesaurus  🔍
Display ON
Animation ON
Legend
Synonym
Antonym
Related
  • noun

Synonyms for impairment

Synonyms for impairment

an act, instance, or consequence of breaking

Synonyms for impairment

References in periodicals archive ?
M2 EQUITYBITES-January 31, 2019-Apetit reports on impairment loss to be recognised in 2018 financial statements
There are some research conclusions to illustrate that the persons with visual impairments exhibit an average level of self-esteem (Cardinali and D'Allura, 2001).
Latest Edition of AMA Guides Lowers Impairment Ratings in Workers' Compensation
People with impairments, on average and as a group, are more likely to experience adverse socio-economic outcomes than people without such impairments.
Traits or behaviors are not, in themselves, mental impairments. For example, stress, in itself, is not automatically a mental impairment.
On the property/casualty side, impairments varied by line of business, with workers compensation insurers suffering the most impairments (28% of the total).
Ongoing Impairment. However, a recent study from the UK's University of Birmingham, published online July 19, 2016 in the European Journal of Neurology, reveals that many patients suffer from conditions such as fatigue, psychological impairment (manifested as anxiety or depression), and cognitive impairment, and are at greater risk of suffering a full stroke.
Keyboarding as an alternative method of communication (Arter et al., 1996) does not assist students with visual impairments who use handwriting for the completion of school assignments.
Approximately $21 billion of goodwill impairments were recorded by U.S.
"Employers should be mindful that temporary impairments may now be a disability protected by the Americans with Disabilities Act Amendments Act (ADAAA).
People with mobility impairments under age 65 have significantly higher rates of smoking than those without mobility impairments, the findings showed.
Washington, July 13 ( ANI ): A new study has revealed that people with mobility impairments under age 65 are more prone to smoking.
This suggests an even bigger discrepancy between the book value and fair value of long-lived assets, because impairments of goodwill are often accompanied by impairments of other long-lived assets.
SAN DIEGO -- Prior neural impairment is the only independent predictor of long-term epilepsy and major cognitive and motor impairments following convulsive status epilepticus in children, researchers reported.