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From Old French empeirier, from Vulgar Latin *impejorare, from in- + Late Latin pejorare.

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Infinitive
to Impair

Third person singular
Impairs

Simple past
Impaired

Past participle
Impaired

Present participle
Impairing

to Impair (third-person singular simple present Impairs, present participle Impairing, simple past and past participle Impaired)
  1. to weaken; to affect negatively; to have a diminishing effect on.

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Impair m. (f. Impaire, m. plural Impairs, f. plural Impaires)

  1. odd (of a number)
    3 est un nombre impair. - 3 is an odd number.

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