Q: handicap とはどういう意味ですか?
A: Means a person that is disabled
Q: Discuss overcoming handicaps and hardships とはどういう意味ですか?
A: i think that’s an order to discuss about overcoming disability

handicap itself means:
- a feature of someone or something that creates difficulty for achieving success
“her natural shyness was not a handicap when she played chess”

- something that makes movement or progress difficult
“her uncomfortable shoes became a handicap on the walking tour of the city, as she often had to sit and rest her sore feet”
Q: handicap stall とはどういう意味ですか?
A: a toilet reserved for handicapped persons
Q: handicap とはどういう意味ですか?
A: It's another word for hint/tip.
Or if you're referring to a person it means they can help you.


Q: handicap を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A: ”Handicap" を日常的に使う場合はちょっと珍しいんですけど:

This parking space is reserved for people with handicaps. (Handicapped people)

His injury is a handicap to his daily activities.


Q: "handicap" を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A: My mother is handicapped. She had polio as a child and now walks with a brace in her leg.


Q: handicap と disability はどう違いますか?
They have a similar meaning, but handicap is a much stronger word than disability.

A disability impairs someone from doing something, but it doesn't prevent them. For example, someone with a leg disability has trouble walking, but is still able to walk.

A handicap completely prevents someone from doing something. A person with a leg handicap cannot walk at all.

In my opinion, it's better to call a handicapped person "disabled", but it's very rude to call a disabled person "handicapped".
Q: handicap と disability はどう違いますか?
A: hello! a handicap person is someone who typically cant physically do something. my great grandma is handicapped because she cant walk long distances without feeling winded. some people are handicapped because they are overweight, too old, or are physically weak. some people have injuries that prevent them from being able to physically do something.

someone with a disability is something physically OR mentally limits someone from doing something. examples include Alzehmiers, autism, ADHD, ADD, etc.!
Q: handicap, hindrance, inhibition, impediment と Give some examples, please. はどう違いますか?
A: Handicap can mean a mental or physical handicap, like not being able to walk is a physical handicap.

A hindrance is normally used for something that is annoying and slowing down progress. If you can't study because there are loud noises, the noises are a hindrance.

Inhibition is almost never used in daily English, but it means more to prevent, or stop, something from happening.

Impediment is mainly used in explaining if someone cannot speak properly, it is called a speech impediment. Their speech is not normal.

"They can park closer to the restaurant because they are handicapped and in a wheelchair."

"there are too many people talking, it's a hindrance to reading right now."

"My friend is shy and doesn't talk much at first, but they will lose their inhibitions soon and be more relaxed."

"Tom can't say a few words right and stutters because he has a speech impediment."
Q: handicap と disadvantage はどう違いますか?
A: They're the same when just referring to something that just causes difficulty, but handicap is a used as a dated term for disabled people (they can't walk, see, or something like that) and could be taken offensively if used in place of disadvantage.
Q: hinder, obstruct, handicap, hamper, inhibit と impede はどう違いますか?
A: hinder, impede, obstruct, block mean to interfere with the activity or progress of. hinder stresses causing harmful or annoying delay or interference with progress . impede implies making forward progress difficult by clogging, hampering, or fettering . obstruct implies interfering with something in motion or in progress by the sometimes intentional placing of obstacles in the way . block implies complete obstruction to passage or progress .



Q: handicapの発音を音声で教えてください。
A: QAの全文をご確認ください
Q: This is not as grave a handicap as it might appear.
This is not as grave as a handicap might appear.
A: No, we only say the first one
Q: A: Sounds like you need to be given a handicap.

B: Be careful there. There's limit how you piss me off.

(Be careful there =
Be careful not to get to the point(there) where he gets mad.)😅
A: @jokifreek Be careful there. There’s a limit to how much you can piss me off.

Sounds more fluent. (: But your usage of there is correct🤙🏻
Q: how can I use handicap?
A: The disabled person do not believe they are handicapped because there are many laws protecting them.
Q: is there a different between handicap and disadvantage?
A: Handicap = discapacidad

Disadvantage = desventaja