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puny

adjective /ˈpjuːni/ ( comparative punier, superlative puniest)
small and weak
débil, flojo
a puny child.
punily adverb
débilmente, flojamente
puniness noun
debilidad, flojeza
Translations of “puny”
in Arabic سَقيم…
in Korean 작고 연약한…
in Malaysian kecil dan lemah…
in French chétif…
in Turkish zayıf, çelimsiz, ufak tefek…
in Italian gracile…
in Chinese (Traditional) 小的, 弱的, 微不足道的…
in Russian тщедушный, хилый…
in Polish mizerny…
in Vietnamese yếu đuối…
in Portuguese franzino, insignificante…
in Thai เล็กและอ่อนแอ…
in German schwächlich…
in Catalan escarransit, escanyolit…
in Japanese 小さくて弱い, 弱々しい…
in Indonesian kecil dan lemah…
in Chinese (Simplified) 小的, 弱的, 微不足道的…
(Definition of puny from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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