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débil in English:

1. weak weak

weak point
He had a weak point --this Fortunato --although in other regards he was a man to be respected and even feared. He prided himself on his connoisseurship in wine.
A man of weak will is the target of criticism; even his friends would badger him into correcting his defects.
Freedom is akin to the rarified air of a mountain top. Weak men cannot bear one or the other.
She's weak, powerless. A mere human.
Thus, this is an ad hoc solution - good in practice but theoretically weak.
Japan's competitiveness is very strong in industrial products, but weak in agricultural products.
The weak point of this book is that it's less than persuasive when the married author recommends not being married.
Dairo has a weakness for white beautiful women
“she was recovering from the flu and was very weak” “the salamander's tail may be broken off at a weak spot near the base”
This child is weak. / She's strong, I'm weak. / To be honest, I feel a little weak.
Eric who was a weak prince issued a bad coinage which excited great discontent among the Danes.
Jerry’s still weak after his operation. a weak excuse. a weak tea. His spelling was weak.
you’re weak because you can’t make a decision...
Although the economy is weak, some companies are still making a profit.

English word "débil"(weak) occurs in sets:

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300 adjetivos más importantes en inglés 76 - 100
300 most important Spanish adjectives 101 - 125
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2. feeble

His pulse was feeble.
She made a feeble attempt to explain the issue.
The old lady has been rather feeble since her illness.
He was too feeble to do manual labor.
Superstition is the religion of feeble minds.
feeble light
auto industrie in the USA in 2009 was feeble
The light was feeble and he could see but little.
It was a feeble excuse he gave for being late. It did not convince anyone.
The feeble old man collapsed on the sidewalk.
The old woman may have been feeble and unable to walk well, but her mind was as sharp as a tack.
... could only power one feeble bulb.
The feeble patient is suffering from stomach cancer.

English word "débil"(feeble) occurs in sets:

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3. faint

Anyway, why did she faint?
faint noise
Would God, I were the tender apple blossom, That floats and falls from off the twisted bough, To lie and faint within your silken bosom, Within your silken bosom as that does now.
Faint heart never won fair lady.
I can feel not only people's souls, but also the faint spirit held by buildings, walls and such.
I suddenly stood up and felt faint and light-headed.
Eriko worked so long and so hard, without stopping to eat, that I feared she would faint.
What with fatigue and hunger, he was faint.
3 people fainted whilst queuing in the sun to get tickets for the concert.
The truth was that Scabbers had never shown the faintest trace of interesting powers
I think it's false that most men faint in the delivery room at the birth of their child.
Definition if you faint, you lose consciousness for a short time, for example because you are very hungry or too hot
The people in the hovel feel silent, listening to the faint, high-pitched yells.
While we were running up to it, Agnes fainted and Ryan had to stay to revive her.
Now, all heads turn toward the dean, who sits surrounded by a faint halo of light.

English word "débil"(faint) occurs in sets:

300 most important Spanish adjectives 151 - 175
300 adjetivos más importantes en inglés 126 - 150
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