Noun(1) the condition of being unable to perform as a consequence of physical or mental unfitness(2) advantage given to a competitor to equalize chances of winning(3) something immaterial that interferes with or delays action or progress
Verb(1) injure permanently(2) attempt to forecast the winner (especially in a horse race(3) put at a disadvantage
(1) Until the recall, he'd overcome this handicap by spotlighting his opponents' shortcomings.(2) To have an enviable handicap in golf and to be a connoisseur of Bacchus is not unknown among members of the medical profession.(3) Chris Wall's gelding comes into battle in great heart after producing a sterling effort to win a competitive handicap at Newbury on his latest outing.(4) without a good set of notes you will handicap yourself when it comes to exams(5) The round capped off a very successful period for Mike, which has seen his handicap reduce steadily towards the first division level.(6) Despite his 25-kilogram weight handicap , he retains the upper hand.(7) a criminal conviction is a handicap and a label that may stick forever(8) It was the trainer's second victory in Europe's richest sprint handicap , following Wildwood Flower's success in 1997.(9) John Preddy was also in the frame when he again shot 38 points, maintaining his steady progress off his 32 handicap .(10) he plays off a handicap of 10(11) Since Stewart has declared an interest in attending every Chelsea game this season and getting his golf handicap down as much as possible, that seems unlikely.(12) Such an individual may suffer from some mental or physical handicap which makes him unable to cope with homelessness in a way which does not apply to the ordinary homeless person.(13) She ran her best race to date at Galway six days ago when powering through late to finish two lengths second behind Penny Farthing in a competitive handicap .(14) Hunt's handicap was trimmed by three strokes after his cup success.(15) That they were visually impaired did not handicap their ambitions at least.(16) Carrying top weight in such a competitive handicap is never ideal but he has earned the poundage and he is built to carry it.
(1) physical handicap :: handicap corfforol
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