Definition of dysphasic in English:




See dysphasia

  • ‘The case with Alzheimer's disease is similar fronto-temporal, multi-infarct, and dysphasic versions of dementia.’
  • ‘We expected it was, given the evidence from other deep dysphasic patients showing that poor repetition is associated with surface dyslexia.’
  • ‘A correlation between poor repetition and lexical reading impairments has been reported for French speaking deep dysphasic patients.’
  • ‘She also has a slight dysphasic speech impediment.’
  • ‘Two hours after he was admitted to hospital, he became drowsy, confused, and dysphasic.’