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weak

adjective
 
 
/wiːk/
BODY B1 not physically strong
zayıf, güçsüz, mecalsiz
He felt too weak to sit up. The children were weak with/from hunger.Weakness and vulnerability
CHARACTER B2 not powerful, or not having a strong character
zayıf karakterli, zayıf, iradesiz, güçsüz
a weak government/leaderWeakness and vulnerability
LIKELY TO FAIL likely to fail
zayıf, yetersiz
a weak economy a weak teamWeakness and vulnerabilityNot good enough
LIKELY TO BREAK B2 likely to break and not able to support heavy things
zayıf, güçsüz, dayanıksız, sağlam olmayan
a weak bridgeWeakness and vulnerability
TASTE B2 A weak drink has little taste or contains little alcohol.
keskin değil, düşük alkollü
weak coffee/beerDrinks - general words
REASON B2 A weak reason or excuse is one that you cannot believe because there is not enough proof to support it.
inandırıcı olmayan, zayıf, desteksiz
Not believable
NOT GOOD B1 not good at something
zayıf, iyi değil
She reads well but her spelling is weak.Inability and awkwardnessNot good enough
SLIGHT B2 difficult to see or hear
zor duyulan, zar zor görülen, zayıf, belli belirsiz
He spoke in a weak voice. a weak lightWeakness and vulnerability
weakly adverb
zayıf, güçsüz bir durumda
(Definition of weak from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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