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Translation of "frailty" - English-Spanish dictionary

frailty

noun   /ˈfreɪl.ti/
[no plural] weakness and lack of health or strength debilidad Though ill for most of her life, physical frailty never stopped her from working.1918574
moral weakness debilidad Most of the characters in the novel exhibit those common human frailties – ignorance and greed. Tolerant of human frailty in whatever form, she almost never judged people.1918
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