crutch / ( krʌtʃ) / noun a long staff of wood or metal having a rest for the armpit, for supporting the weight of the body something that supports or sustains a crutch to the economy British another word for crotch (def. 1) nautical a forked support for a boom or oar, etc a brace for reinforcing the frames at the stern of a wooden vessel verb
crutch noun uk / krʌtʃ / us / krʌtʃ / [ C usually plural ] a stick with a handle and a part that fits around your lower arm, or a stick with piece that fits under the arm, that you lean on for support if you have difficulty in walking because of a foot or leg injury: Martin broke his leg and has been on crutches for the past six weeks.
crutches [ kruch´ez] artificial supports, made of wood or metal, used by those who need aid in walking because of injury, disease, or birth defect. Types. Crutches are made in different sizes suitable for persons of various heights. Most are made of wood or tubular aluminum.
A crutch is something you lean on when you’re hurt or weak. It can be a physical crutch you use because you broke your leg, or a friend you depend on a bit too much when you’re having a tough time. A medical crutch is a device that helps you walk when you’re injured. A psychological crutch helps you when you need it, or think you do.
crutch in American English. (krʌtʃ ) noun. 1. any of various devices used, often in pairs, by lame people as an aid in walking; typically, a staff with a hand grip and a padded crosspiece on top that fits under the armpit. 2. anything one leans or relies on for support, help, etc.; prop. 3. any device that resembles a crutch.
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