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

The meaning of "Disable" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does disable mean?
A: @romhauss @bluemoon_ Obrigada pessoal :))
Q: What does he will grow up disable to speak mean?
A: That sentence doesn't make sense. I think you meant "unable", not "disable". That would mean that they guy would not be able to talk when he grows up.

Synonyms of "Disable" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between to disable the device and to nullify the device ?
A: "To disable the device" is more natural. But people would still understand "to nullify the device" and interpret it as having the same meaning as "to disable to device".
Q: What is the difference between disable and deactivate ?
A: The app keeps asking me to provide a second opinion on this question (not sure why, it was answered really well! Maybe vote her answer best?) - I totally agree with @slinky19

Translations of "Disable"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? the young should help the poor and the disable when they get in trouble.
A: The youngsters should help the poor and disabled people when they are in trouble.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? disable
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? disable
A: "Disable. I have disabled the robot, so it doesn't work anymore."

Other questions about "Disable"

Q: Why can't disable "Return to previous app" button in iOS? Does this sound natural?
A: "Why can't I disable the 'Return to previous app" button on iOS?"
Q: disable the button if there’re no result Does this sound natural?
A: Nice job. Sounds good.

Maybe change there’re to there is = there’s
Q: physical disable people Does this sound natural?
A: “Physically disabled people” sounds better.
Q: There are many disable children stay in Tsz-Ai Mercy Hospice of Changhua Diocesan Body Corporate. In the house, most of nursing assistants are female, although they can give children great care treatment, it is hard to them to move disable child, especially some teenagers, from bed to ambulance to take them to hospital for weekly rehabilitation. I was a care giver to hold child on ambulance and to push them to rehabilitation room. Every time I feel be encouraged when I see how hard they were trying on physical requirements. I love to play this role for receiving such positive power from their lovely and steadfast smile. Does this sound natural?
A: It's definitely a bit unnatural - but it is also easy to understand what you are trying to say. I enjoyed reading it.

On Hinative it's not easy to edit such a long piece... sorry if I can't give detailed corrections.

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