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faint

adjective /feint/
lacking in strength, brightness, courage etc
débil, tenue
The sound grew faint a faint light.
physically weak and about to lose consciousness
mareado
Suddenly he felt faint.
faintly adverb in a faint manner
débilmente
A light shone faintly.
slightly; rather
ligeramente
She looked faintly surprised.
faintness noun
debilidad, mareos
The doctor was concerned about the faintness of her pulse.
(Definition of faint from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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