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weaklingnoun [C]

uk   us   /ˈwiː.klɪŋ/ disapproving
someone who is weak, either physically or in character: It would need more than a few exercises to turn a seven-stone weakling into a heavyweight boxer.
Translations of “weakling”
in Korean 약골…
in Arabic ضَعيف البُنيان…
in Portuguese fraco, -a, fracote…
in Catalan feble…
in Japanese 虚弱者, 体の弱い人…
in Italian creatura debole…
in Chinese (Traditional) 羸弱的人, 懦弱的人…
in Russian слабый, хилый человек…
in Turkish zayıf/cılız kimse, güçsüz kişi…
in Chinese (Simplified) 羸弱的人, 懦弱的人…
in Polish słabeusz…
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