Lehçe'da weak

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

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“Suicide,” said Barnes. “Weak mind.”
„Samobójstwo,” powiedział Barnes. „Słaby umysł.”
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The weak are food for the strong.
Słabi są pożywieniem dla silnych.
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He is small and weak.
On jest mały i słaby.
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He was a weak child with poor eyesight.
Był dzieckiem słabym, z marnym wzrokiem.
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My level of Japanese is weak, so I can't write well.
Jestem słaby z języka japońskiego, więc nie jestem w stanie pisać poprawnie.
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They were weak.
Byli słabi.
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You're too weak to do that.
Jesteś zbyt słaby, żeby to zrobić.
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Tom's pulse is very weak.
Puls Toma jest bardzo słaby.
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He is a man of weak character.
Jest mężczyzną słabego charakteru.
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Brought up by a weak father, he is partial to sweets.
Jego ojciec lubi słodycze, on ma to po nim.
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Eş anlamlılar

wanting in physical strength: shoddy, tender, pale, vulnerable, wan, strength, debilitated, lame, faint, pallid, anemic, gutless, flimsy, wishy-washy, sick, anaemic, jerry-built, adynamic, asthenic, delicate, namby-pamby, enervated, feeble, weakened, untoughened, spineless, powerless, puny
overly diluted; thin and insipid: watery, diluted, washy, dilute
wanting in moral strength, courage, or will; having the attributes of man as opposed to e.g. divine beings: fallible, imperfect, human, frail
(used of vowels or syllables) pronounced with little or no stress: light, unaccented, unstressed
(used of verbs) having standard (or regular) inflection: regular
deficient in magnitude; barely perceptible; lacking clarity or brightness or loudness etc: perceptible, faint
likely to fail under stress or pressure: fallible
not having authority, political strength, or governing power: powerless
deficient in intelligence or mental power: stupid
tending downward in price: down



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