- make worse or less effective
"His vision was impaired"
- (may impair fertility)
- (may impair fertility),
- free from damage and deterioration which may seriously impair edibility.
- identifying and assessing causes of pollution that might affect bathing waters and impair bathers' health;
- Concentration lower than that liable to impair the taste of the shellfish
- the vessels must not be subjected to stresses likely to impair their safety in use,
- It considers further that the aid should not impair the innovation dynamic in the markets.
- Any Community legislation can not possibly impair the Commission’s competence in this field.
- The aid is also likely to impair trade between the Member States.
- The provisions on aggressive commercial practices should cover those practices which significantly impair the consumer's freedom of choice.
- All significant health effects that can impair function, both reversible and irreversible, immediate and/or delayed are included.
- The electrical equipment must not impair the safety and functioning of the control-command and signalling installations.
- ‘The electrical equipment must not impair the safety and functioning of the control-command and signalling installations.’
- Note: Any other flushing solvent with a bactericidal effect which does not impair the columns’ resolution efficiency may be used.
- The failure or switching off of light sources, e.g. passenger compartment light, shall not impair the control operation.