Intellectual-disability definition

A condition, typically present from infancy, characterized by cognitive impairment resulting in difficulty in carrying out the functions of normal daily life: it can result from any of various causes.
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A disorder with childhood onset that is characterized by limitations in intellectual functions, such as reasoning and learning, and difficulty carrying out the functions of daily life.
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Any disability that affects the intellect or cognitive ability of a person.
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Mental retardation.
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Noun

Singular:
intellectual-disability
Plural:
intellectual-disabilities