English → English - weak

adj. frail, feeble; having little physical strength; enervated; faint; dilute, watery (as a weak coffee or tea); powerless; lacking volume or loudness (as a weak pulse); falling or declining in price (Finance); not emphasized, unstressed (of a word, a syllable or vowel)

English → Spanish - weak

adj. débil, de poca fuerza, enclenque, endeble, impotente, lábil, lánguido, laso, sin fuerzas; diluido, aguado

English → French - weak

adj. faible, fragile, affaibli, ayant peu de force physique; sans force; impuissant; défaillant; veule; léger, dilué, allégé (café, thé); étouffé sans bruit; en baisse (Prix), non emphatique, non accentué (syllabe, mot)

English → German - weak

adj. schwach, schwächlich; jämmerlich; wässerig; dünn; fallend (Preis); unbetont, nicht hervorgehoben (Wort oder Silbe)

English → Indonesian - weak

a. lemah, lembam, uzur, daif, lembek, lintuh, letai, swak, layu, layuh, lunglai, lungkrah, kropok, rapuh, encer, cair, benyai, tipis, pudar, rendah, menurun: sedang menurun

English → Italian - weak

agg. debole, fiacco; poco resistente; fievole, fioco; tenue; diluito, allungato

English → Polish - weak

a. słaby, asteniczny, bezsilny, osłabiony, anemiczny, blady, mało stanowczy, słabej woli, wodnisty, lekki, kiepski, kruchy, rzadki

English → Portuguese - weak

adj. fraco; frágil; débil; delicado; aguado, diluto (como café fraco, aguado); sem forças ou energia; que não tem volume; fraco, que perde o valor (Finanças); não enfatizado, não acentuado (de uma paçavra, uma sílaba ou vogal)

English → Romanian - weak

a. slab, slăbuţ, anemic, obosit, moleşit, slăbănog, bleg, ofticos, delicat, firav, molatic, mic, subţire, moale, şubred, încet, plăpând, lânced, diluat

English → Russian - weak

прил. слабый, слабовольный, бессильный; щуплый, слабосильный; нерешительный; неубедительный; водянистый

English → Turkish - weak

s. kuvvetsiz, zayıf, cansız, cılız, güçsüz, aciz, dayanıksız, halsiz, iradesiz, hafif, silik, sulu

English → Ukrainian - weak

a. слабкий, слабий, тендітний, поганий, нерішучий, непереконливий, хиткий, рідкий, неміцний, невиразний, збіднений, редукований, знижуваний, безвільний, драглистий, зомлілий, легкодухий, млавий, млілий, никлий, розслаблений

English → Dutch - weak

bn. slap, zwak; breekbaar

English → Greek - weak

επίθ. αδύνατος, αδύναμος

English → Arabic - weak

‏ضعيف، واهن، ركيك، متخاذل، غير حكيم، واه‏

English → Chinese - weak

(形) 不牢固的, 虚弱的, 弱的

English → Chinese - weak

(形) 不牢固的, 虛弱的, 弱的

English → Hindi - weak

a. कमज़ोर, दुर्बल, निर्बल, शक्तिहीन, अशक्त, अदृढ़, अप्रौढ, बोदा, हलका, धीमा, बीमार, रोगी, ढीला, बुरा

English → Japanese - weak

(形) 脆い, 弱い; 薄弱な; 弱くなった; かすかな; 薄まった(コーヒーや紅茶について); 力が弱い; 音が弱い(鼓動について); 値下げした(財政学); (言葉や音節や母音が)強調されていない

English → Korean - weak

형. 약한, 연약한; 희미한, 가냘픈; 싱거운, 묽은

English → Vietnamese - weak

a. yếu, yếu ớt

Definition of weak

1. Lacking in force (usually strength) or ability.
The child was too weak to move the boulder.
They easily guessed his weak computer password.
2. Unable to sustain a great weight, pressure, or strain.
A weak timber; a weak rope
3. Unable to withstand temptation, urgency, persuasion, etc.; easily impressed, moved, or overcome; accessible; vulnerable.
Weak resolutions; weak virtue
4. Dilute, lacking in taste or potency.
We were served stale bread and weak tea.
5. Displaying a particular kind of inflection, including:
1. Of verbs Regular in inflection, lacking vowel changes and having a past tense with -d- or -t-.
2. Of nouns Showing less distinct grammatical endings.
3. Of adjectives Definite in meaning, often used with a definite article or similar word.
6. That does not ionize completely into anions and cations in a solution.
A weak acid;  a weak base
7. One of the four fundamental forces associated with nuclear decay.
8. Bad or uncool.
This place is weak.
9. Having a narrow range of logical consequences; narrowly applicable. (Often contrasted with a strong statement which implies it.)
10. Resulting from, or indicating, lack of judgment, discernment, or firmness; unwise; hence, foolish.
11. Not having power to convince; not supported by force of reason or truth; unsustained.
The prosecution advanced a weak case.
12. Lacking in vigour or expression.
A weak sentence; a weak style
13. Not prevalent or effective, or not felt to be prevalent; not potent; feeble.
14. Tending towards lower prices.
A weak market; wheat is weak at present
15. Lacking contrast.
A weak negative
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