English → English - faint

Pronunciation
n. swoon, temporary loss of consciousness
v. temporarily lose consciousness, swoon, black out, pass out
adj. weak, feeble; limp; dim; faded; fainthearted, timid

English → Spanish - faint

Pronunciation
s. desmayo, ahilamiento, ahilo, lipotimia, malagana, soponcio
v. desfallecer, desmayarse, desvanecerse, esmorecerse, perder el sentido
adj. débil, desfallecido, desfalleciente, desvanecido, exánime, lánguido, pálido; apenas perceptible, apenas visible

English → French - faint

Pronunciation
n. évanouissement, défaillance
v. s'évanouir, défaillir
adj. timide; faible; tiède; pâle; délavé; vague; indistinct

English → German - faint

Pronunciation
n. Ohnmacht
v. ohnmächtig werden
adj. schwach; schwächlich; locker; schütter; düster; verblichen; feige

English → Indonesian - faint

Pronunciation
n. pingsan: keadaan pingsan
v. lemah: menjadi lemah, jatuh pingsan, rebah pingsan, kusam: menjadi kusam
a. lemah, redam, redup, kusam, pusing, kemalu-maluan

English → Italian - faint

Pronunciation
s. svenimento, deliquio
v. svenire, perdere i sensi, venir meno; indebolirsi; perdersi d'animo
agg. fiacco, debole, languido, che sta per svenire; fievole, pallido; vago, incerto, lontano

English → Polish - faint

Pronunciation
n. omdlenie, zemdlenie, utrata przytomności
v. mdleć, zemdleć, omdleć, pomdleć, zasłabnąć, omdlewać
a. nieśmiały, słaby, omdlały, niemocny, chucherkowaty, wątły, anemiczny, blady, niewyraźny, nikły, ciężki, ckliwy, duszny, mdły, mdławy

English → Portuguese - faint

Pronunciation
s. desmaio
v. desmaiar
adj. fraco; enfraquecido; frouxo; débil; covarde

English → Romanian - faint

Pronunciation
n. leşin
v. curaj: a-şi pierde curajul
a. slab, sleit, obosit, istovit, leşinat, stins, încet, confuz, indistinct, vag

English → Russian - faint

Pronunciation
с. обморок, потеря сознания
г. слабеть, падать в обморок; обмирать, терять мужество
прил. слабый, вялый, близкий к обмороку; тошнотворный, приторный; тусклый, бледный, неотчетливый

English → Turkish - faint

Pronunciation
f. bayılmak, bitkin düşmek, hali kalmamak
i. bayılma, baygınlık
s. baygın, bitkin, halsiz, bir parça, zayıf, soluk, sönük, uçuk, belli belirsiz, ürkek, korkak, çekingen, cesaretsiz

English → Ukrainian - faint

Pronunciation
n. непритомність
v. слабнути, непритомніти, знепритомніти, зомлівати, мліти, обмирати
a. слабкий, невиразний, неясний, знепритомнілий, зомлілий, млавий, млілий, никлий, омлілий

English → Dutch - faint

Pronunciation
zn. bezwijming, flauwte
ww. flauwvallen, buiten bewustzijn raken
bn. zwak; zwakjes; slap; dun; gedempt; bleek, verbleekt; zachthartig

English → Greek - faint

Pronunciation
ουσ. λιποθυμία
ρήμ. λιποθυμώ, σβήνω

English → Arabic - faint

Pronunciation
‏اغمى عليه، أصاب بإغماء، بهت‏
‏باهت، ضعيف، جبان، مصاب بدوار، ثقيل الوطأة، خافت، منخفض‏

English → Chinese - faint

Pronunciation
(名) 昏晕; 昏倒
(动) 昏倒, 变得微弱
(形) 微弱的, 模糊的, 无力的

English → Chinese - faint

Pronunciation
(名) 昏暈; 昏倒
(動) 昏倒, 變得微弱
(形) 微弱的, 模糊的, 無力的

English → Hindi - faint

Pronunciation
v. शिथिल होना, मूछिर्त होना
a. शक्तिहीन, मुरझाया हुआ, धुन्ध, निस्तेज, शिथिल, कठिनता से सुनने योग्य, मांद, धुंधला, कमज़ोर

English → Japanese - faint

Pronunciation
(形) かすかな; ぼんやりした; 気が遠くなって; 弱々しい
(動) 失神する
(名) 失神

English → Korean - faint

Pronunciation
동. 졸도하다, 기절하다
형. 힘없는, 연약한, 가냘픈; 무기력한, 쇠약해진; 희미한; 시들시들한; 미약한, 용기 없는

English → Vietnamese - faint

Pronunciation
n. sự chết ngất, bất tỉnh nhân sự
v. xỉu
a. nhu nhược, không nghị lực, yếu, phai màu, không rỏ ràng

Definition of faint

Pronunciation
Adjective
1. Lacking strength; weak; languid; inclined to swoon; as, faint with fatigue, hunger, or thirst.
2. Wanting in courage, spirit, or energy; timorous; cowardly; dejected; depressed.
"Faint heart ne'er won fair lady." Robert Burns - To Dr. Blackjack.
3. Lacking distinctness; hardly perceptible; striking the senses feebly; not bright, or loud, or sharp, or forcible; weak; as, a faint color, or sound.
4. Performed, done, or acted, in a weak or feeble manner; not exhibiting vigor, strength, or energy; slight; as, faint efforts; faint resistance.
Noun
5. The act of fainting, syncope.
6. The state of one who has fainted; a swoon.
Verb
7. To lose consciousness. Caused by a lack of oxygen or nutrients to the brain, usually as a result of a suddenly reduced blood flow (may be caused by emotional trauma, loss of blood or various medical conditions).
8. To sink into dejection; to lose courage or spirit; to become depressed or despondent.
9. To decay; to disappear; to vanish.
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Verb Forms

Present participle: fainting
Present: faint (3.person: faints)
Past: fainted
Future: will faint
Present conditional: would faint
Present Perfect: have fainted (3.person: has fainted)
Past Perfect: had fainted
Future Perfect: will have fainted
Past conditional: would have fainted
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