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faint

adjective
 
 
/feɪnt/
B2 slight and not easy to notice, smell, hear, etc
lekki, słaby
a faint smell of smoke faint laughter coming from next doorDarkness and becoming darkIndistinct and invisible
feel faint to feel very weak and as if you might fall down
czuć się słabo, ≈ komuś zrobiło się słabo
Seeing all the blood made me feel faint.Losing consciousness
faint hope/praise/chance, etc very little hope, praise, chance, etc
nikła nadzieja/słaba pochwała/nikła szansa itp.
a faint hope of winning the gold medalScarce, inadequate and not enoughLacking things
not have the faintest idea used to emphasize that you do not know something
nie mieć zielonego pojęcia
[+ question word] I haven't the faintest idea what you're talking about.Unaware
(Definition of faint adjective from the Cambridge English-Polish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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