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debilitate

verb   /dɪˈbɪl.ɪ.teɪt/ formal
to make someone or something physically weak “debilitar Chemotherapy exhausted and debilitated him.1920
debilitating adjective   /-teɪt.ɪŋ/
debilitante a debilitating condition/disease18721920
(Definition of debilitate from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

debilitate

verb /diˈbiliteit/
(formal) to make weak debilitar a debilitating illness.
debility noun ( plural debilities)
(formal) bodily weakness debilidad Despite his debility, he leads a normal life.
(Definition of debilitate from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “debilitate”
in Vietnamese làm suy nhược…
in Malaysian melemahkan…
in Thai ทำให้อ่อนกำลัง…
in French débiliter…
in German schwächen…
in Chinese (Simplified) 使虚弱, 削弱,使衰弱…
in Indonesian melemahkan…
in Chinese (Traditional) 使虛弱, 削弱,使衰弱…
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