Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Disability"

The meaning of "Disability" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does "the short-term disability ran out" mean?
A: It means that the person did not have enough money anymore to take care of themselves so that they had to seek government assistance and help from others.
Q: What does ”the short-term disability ran out ”(in this context) mean?
A: Short term disability refers to an income, or money they received. It ran out means they stopped receiving the money

Example sentences using "Disability"

Q: Please show me example sentences with disability.
A: I had a learning disability. The disability of this child will make it hard for you.

Synonyms of "Disability" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between disability and disorder and impairment ?
A: Disability is like not being able to walk, or talk. If I can't understand any language and can't talk, then I have a disability. Disorder means there's something not normal with you. For example; I have a mental disorder. So I have bipolar,anxiety,depres-ion,etc. Impairment is
the state or fact of being impaired, especially in a specified faculty.
Q: What is the difference between disability and inability ?
A:

After the accident she became disabled and needed a wheelchair. But her disability does not stop her from living her life normally.

Many people with physical or mental disabilities are very inspirational.

It's very difficult to discuss anything with you. Your inability to listen to me is frustrating.

Her arrogance and inability to think of others made her a very unpleasant person to be near.

Hope those examples help 😊
Q: What is the difference between disability and inability ?
A: A disability is a restriction, like someone having to use a wheel chair to move around. An inability means that they don't have the skill or they have lost the skill.
Q: What is the difference between disability and impairment ?
A: A disability implies that something doesn't work anymore whereas an impairment implies that it still works but not as good as it used to. Keep in mind that American culture is very liberal in what is a "disability". You are considered "disabled" by the American government if you have a sufficient enough impairment. Confused yet? 😜

Translations of "Disability"

Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? currently, noticed, disability, prostheses, considerably, entrepreneurial . how you pronounce this words please
A: Even I had to search up prosthesis, haha, not a word I've come across a lot!
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? disabilities
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? disability
A: do you mean how to pronounce it?

Other questions about "Disability"

Q: If you had physical disabilities or something visible, people would probably understand immediately and wouldn't judge you. On the other hand, if you couldn't visualize your disabilities such as autism or ADHD, sometimes you'd be misunderstood. This is the reality in this world. I totally understand how much you worried about your kid and his future can be. When I was a kid, autism was not infiltrate into many people, but now a society is changing so I'm very optimistic about the future. I love surfing and there is a world top surfer who has autism named Clay Marzo. I talked to his mother and got a book called "Just Add Water". This world has been and will be changing a little by little. I don't have a kid or don't even married, but if I did, I would have lots of fun with my kid and worried a little bit. We all used to be a kid once and we all know childhood would gone very fast, you don't want to miss any precious moments with your kid. does this sound natural?
A: If you had physical disabilities or something visible, people would probably understand immediately and wouldn't judge you. On the other hand, if you couldn't visualize your disabilities such as autism or ADHD, sometimes you'd be misunderstood. This is the reality in this world. I totally understand how much you worried about your kid and his future. When I was a kid, autism was not understood by many people, but now our society is changing so I'm very optimistic about the future. I love surfing and there is a world famous surfer who has autism named Clay Marzo. I talked to his mother and got a book called "Just Add Water". This world has been and will be changing a little by little. I don't have a kid or a spouse, but if I did, I would have lots of fun with my kid and only worry a little bit. We all used to be a kid once and we all know childhood goes by very fast, you don't want to miss any precious moments with your kid.
Q: is this correct?
"Do you have any disabilities we should accommodate for?"
A: I don’t think “for” is necessary. Or you could replace “accommodate” with “plan.”

Do you have any disabilities we should accommodate?

Do you have any disabilities we should plan for?
Q: I have disability. Since I was child, I have fought with situation where I can't do a certain thing.

I mean I can't do a certain thing because of my disability. I have been struggle with overcoming my disability. does this sound natural?
A: I have a disability. Since I was a child, I have struggled with doing certain things.

I can't do certain things because of my disability. I have been struggling to overcome my disability.
Q: He has a disability in his leg does this sound natural?
A: "He has a leg disability"
Q: What does "collect disability" in 181 mean?
A: Its referring to financial compensation that companies provide to injured workers.

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