impairing

Impairing vs Deleterious - What's the difference?

impairing | deleterious |


As a verb impairing

is .

As an adjective deleterious is

harmful often in a subtle or unexpected way (as for example deleterious'' effects, ''deleterious to health).

Impairing - What does it mean?

impairing | |

Detrimental vs Impairing - What's the difference?

detrimental | impairing |


As an adjective detrimental

is causing damage or harm.

As a verb impairing is

.

Harmful vs Impairing - What's the difference?

harmful | impairing |


As an adjective harmful

is of a kind likely to be damaging; injurious.

As a verb impairing is

.

Impair vs Impairing - What's the difference?

impair | impairing |


As verbs the difference between impair and impairing

is that impair is to weaken; to affect negatively; to have a diminishing effect on while impairing is .

As an adjective impair

is (obsolete) not fit or appropriate.

Impaired vs Impairing - What's the difference?

impaired | impairing |


As verbs the difference between impaired and impairing

is that impaired is (impair) while impairing is .

As an adjective impaired

is rendered less effective.

As a noun impaired

is a criminal charge for impaired driving.

Empairing vs Impairing - What's the difference?

empairing | impairing |


As verbs the difference between empairing and impairing

is that empairing is while impairing is .

Impairing vs Corruption - What's the difference?

impairing | corruption |


As a verb impairing

is (impair).

As a noun corruption is

the act of corrupting or of impairing integrity, virtue, or moral principle; the state of being corrupted or debased; loss of purity or integrity; depravity; wickedness; impurity; bribery.