weak em Polonês

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

Frases De Exemplo

“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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Sinônimos
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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