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wimp

noun   /wɪmp/ informal
a person who is not strong, brave, or confident blandengue I’m a bit of a wimp when it comes to climbing up ladders.
(Definition of wimp from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

wimp

noun /wimp/
(informal) a person lacking in courage or confidence tímido, cortado, parado Don’t be such a wimp!
(Definition of wimp from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “wimp”
in Korean 겁쟁이…
in Arabic ضَعيف, واهِن…
in Malaysian orang yg bacul…
in French poule mouillée…
in Russian трус…
in Chinese (Traditional) 懦弱無用的人…
in Italian pappamolle…
in Turkish zayıf/korkak/kendine güvenmeyen/kaçak kimse…
in Polish mięczak…
in Vietnamese người nhút nhát…
in Portuguese fraco, -a, frouxo…
in Thai ผู้ที่ไม่มีกำลังใจ…
in German der Jammerlappen…
in Catalan poruc, -uga…
in Japanese 気の弱い人(やつ)…
in Chinese (Simplified) 懦弱无用的人…
in Indonesian pengecut…
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