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weak-willed

adjective uk   /ˌwiːkˈwɪld/ us  
not having the determination that is needed to continue with a difficult course of action: My diets are never successful - I'm just too weak-willed.
Translations of “weak-willed”
in Chinese (Traditional) 意志薄弱的, 優柔寡斷的…
in Chinese (Simplified) 意志薄弱的, 优柔寡断的…
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