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Translation of "faint" - English-Spanish dictionary

faint

adjective   /feɪnt/
slight and not easy to notice ligero, casi imperceptible a faint smell of smoke
feel faint
to feel very weak and as if you might fall down sentirse débil Seeing all the blood made me feel faint.
verb   /feɪnt/
to suddenly become unconscious for a short time desmayarse
noun   /feɪnt/
the act of suddenly becoming unconscious desmayo On receiving the news, she fell into a faint.
(Definition of faint from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

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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