Translation of debility in Spanish:

debility

debilidad, n.

Pronunciation /dəˈbɪlədi/ /dɪˈbɪlɪti/

noun

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    debilidad feminine
    • John Andrews, Minister of Finance, was born in the same year as Craig and, despite clear signs of physical debility, was to be the Prime Minister's successor.
    • Age, debility, poverty and illness were often factors that led to a favorable decision.
    • The symptoms were of severe general debility and vitamin deficiency.
    • General debility because of long working hours, and low and infrequent intake of food and nutrition
    • Prolonged immobilization, such as may occur with hospitalization, trauma, or general debility, is one risk factor.
    • A small or weak pulse indicates general debility and possible anemia.
    • Furthermore, AIDS typically does not kill its victims immediately but subjects them to a prolonged period of gradually mounting debility and incapacity.
    • And yet, 40 percent of us will die after a period of protracted debility and feeble dementia stretching on average for some seven to 10 years.
    • Many, though not all, cases resulting in debility stemmed from chronic diarrhea or dysentery.
    • It is just as meaningful to speak of levels of vitality and healthfulness as of debility and infirmity.
    • He is now, at 79, battling the increasing debility of his body, which is failing under the invasion of Parkinson's disease.
    • When I began wondering about what it's like to get older, I couldn't find much good, popular writing about it that is not focused on decline, debility and death.
    • And at the extremes, there are certainly correlations between advanced age and debility that increase the risk of complications.
    • He appears to have some sort of age-related mental debility.
    • She will remember her father, who served in both world wars, and whose life was fore-shortened by nervous debility brought on by his experiences.
    • On one level he clearly wants to overcome his debility, and live comic performance is the extraordinary way in which he has chosen to do that.
    • Coronary Artery Disease is a major cause of debility and death in the United States and in other developed nations.
    • Heart disease in a leading cause of death and debility among our canine friends.
    • Symptoms of chronic intoxication include anorexia, gastrointestinal disturbances, debility, confusion, dermatitis, menstrual disorders, anemia, convulsions, and alopecia.
    • For months I had suffered unexplained pain, weight loss, and increased debility.