Third-person singular simple present indicative form of impair.(verb)
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Use "impairs" in a sentence
"One may finally refer to the ingenious but improbable explanation of Choisy, who translates it echelons impairs, and explains them as offsets arranged according to the odd numbers, _nombres impairs_, i. e., offsets varying at equal intervals in the proportion of 1, 3, 5, 7,"
"We also report that CDC25B expression impairs DNA replication and results in an increased recruitment of the CDC45 replication factor onto chromatin."
"As we have noted earlier, most researchers believe that these figures exaggerate actual attendance, but we know of no evidence that this constant exaggeration significantly impairs the comparisons across time or across religious traditions that are our focus here."