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weak (English)

Part of speech: adjective

positive weak, Comparative weaker, Superlative weakest
weak, comparative: weaker, superlative: weakest
Pronunciation / Stress:
IPA: [wiːk]
Word meaning / definition:
1) weak
2) sensitive, sickly
3) weak of character, unstable, weak
4) weak, thin
5) weak, slack
Application examples:
1) weak in Latin
debilitated, delicate, enfeebled, enervated, exhausted, faint, feeble, fragile, frail, infirm, invalid, languid, languished, shaky, sickly, spent, strengthless, tender, unhealthy, unsound, wasted, weakly
accessible, defenceless, unprotected, vulnerable
light, soft, unstressed
boneless, infirm
compliant, irresolute, pliable, pliant, undecided, undetermined, unsettled, unstable, unsteady, vacillating, wavering, yielding
childish, foolish, imbecile, senseless, shallow, silly, simple, stupid, weak-minded, witless
erring, foolish, indiscreet, injudicious, unwise
faint, feeble, gentle, indistinct, low, small
adulterated, attenuated, diluted, insipid, tasteless, thin, watery
feeble, flimsy, frivolous, poor, sleazy, slight, trifling
futile, illogical, inconclusive, ineffective, ineffectual, inefficient, lame, unconvincing, unsatisfactory, unsupported, unsustained, vague, vain
unsafe, unsound, unsubstantial, untrustworthy
helpless, impotent, powerless
breakable, brittle, delicate, frangible
inconsiderable, puny, slender, slight, small
Typical word combinations:
weak point - weak point, weak side, weakness
Derived words:
weaken - to weaken someone or something
weakening - weakening, weakening
weakkneed - cowardly
weakling - weakling
weakspirited - faint-hearted


Practical example sentences

Automatically selected examples in English:

The distributor behind Peppa Pig, Doctor Who and Fireman Sam toys has said profits will be lower than expected this year due to the weak pound and the collapse of its largest Scandinavian customer., September 13, 2019

South African Reserve Bank governor Lesetja Kganyago told members of the committee that economic activity was weak and that there was insufficient investment to support job creation., September 12, 2019

The unnamed 83-year-old, who lives alone at her home near Dinan, a town in north-western France's Brittany region, was found alive but very weak and seriously dehydrated.
Mail Online, September 17, 2019

Two surveys of Chinese manufacturing show demand is weak amid a mounting tariff war with Washington over trade and technology.
The Washington Times, September 2, 2019

The figures come amid fears that recent weak economic data points to the US heading for recession.
BBC News, October 04, 2019

Samsung Electronics said on Thursday it expects fourth-quarter profit to fall due to weak server chip demand and rising smartphone competition., October 29, 2020

Pakistan pace great and current bowling coach, Waqar Younis has termed the touring Zimbabwe squad as a "relatively weak side "and said the upcoming series will be a good platform to try out the youngsters.
The Times of India, October 8, 2020

The all-stock transaction would be the largest U.S. Oil deal since the pandemic began roiling energy markets, as companies seek to bulk up to ride out weak demand and low prices.
Wall Street Journal, October 19, 2020

Nampak says the past 11 months have been characterized by a weak economy and consumers' disposable incomes under pressure, all exacerbated by Covid-19 lockdown measures.
News24, October 01, 2020

While the trade-reliant economy is showing signs of recovery, sluggish overseas demand suggests a weak rebound.
Al Jazeera, October 14, 2020

The usage examples were selected automatically and may therefore contain errors.

Dictionary entries

Entries from our dictionary containing "weak":

limp: weak, limp, withered Synonyms: drooping, droopy, floppy, sagging, weak flabby, flaccid, flexible, limber, pliable, relaxed, slack, soft idiom / idioms: 1) a limp handshake (= a limp handshake) 1)

little: diminutive, infinitesimal, minute, small, tiny, wee brief, short, small feeble, inconsiderable, insignificant, moderate, petty, scanty, slender, slight, trivial, unimportant, weak contemptible, illiberal, mean, narrow, niggardly, paltry, selfish, stingy Examples of use: 1) Yesterday we found a little cat

weak:… Translations Arabic: 1) ضعيف Danish: 1) svag English: 1) weak French: 1) faible Japanese: 1) 弱 い (よ わ い, yowai)…

kitten: playful as a kitten, weak as a kitten Derived words: 1) kittenish Translations See translations at Kitten, See translations at Katzenbaby

gap:… 5) col, neck, pass Application examples: 1) a gap in a fence 1) He made a gap by kicking a weak spot. 2) We can slip through that gap. 3) There is a gap between the roof and the gutter ...

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