Debilitate
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British pronunciation/dɪbˈɪlɪtˌe‍ɪt/
American pronunciation/dəˈbɪɫəˌteɪt/
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to make someone or something weaker or less effective

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Years of neglect have debilitated the infrastructure of the city.
The ongoing stress is debilitating his mental health.
Malnutrition can debilitate a child's growth and development, leading to long-term health issues.
Bipolar depression can be debilitating, leading to difficulty in daily functioning.
Mental infirmity can be as debilitating as physical ailments, affecting one's quality of life.
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