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Translation of "infirm" - English-Spanish dictionary

infirm

adjective /inˈfəːm/
(of a person) weak or ill enfermizo, achacoso elderly and infirm people. infirmary noun ( plural infirmaries) a name given to some hospitals. hospital, enfermería infirmity noun ( plural infirmities) weakness or illness debilidad; enfermedad, dolencia a physical/mental infirmity.
Translations of “infirm”
in Vietnamese ốm yếu…
in Thai ซึ่งไม่แข็งแรง…
in Malaysian lemah…
in French infirme…
in German gebrechlich…
in Chinese (Traditional) (尤指因年邁而長期)病弱的,需要照顧的…
in Indonesian lemah…
in Russian немощный…
in Turkish zayıf, dermansız, hâlsiz…
in Chinese (Simplified) (尤指因年迈而长期)病弱的,需要照顾的…
in Polish niedołężny…
(Definition of infirm from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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