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flimsy

adjective /ˈflimzi/ ( comparative flimsier, superlative flimsiest)
thin and light
ligero
You’ll be cold in those flimsy clothes.
not very well made; likely to break
frágil, poco sólido
a flimsy boat.
Translations of “flimsy”
in Korean 조잡한…
in Arabic رَقيق…
in French léger, fragile…
in Italian fragile…
in Chinese (Traditional) 薄的, 很薄的, 易破的…
in Russian непрочный, легкий, неубедительный…
in Turkish ince, hafif, çürük…
in Polish cienki, lichy, mizerny…
in Portuguese frágil…
in German dürftig, schwach…
in Catalan prim, poc sòlid…
in Japanese もろい…
in Chinese (Simplified) 薄的, 很薄的, 易破的…
(Definition of flimsy from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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