Sinónimos de weak en inglés:

weak


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adjetivo

1‘they are too weak to move’

SINÓNIMOS
frail, feeble, puny, fragile, delicate, weakly
infirm, sick, sickly, shaky, debilitated, incapacitated, ailing, indisposed, decrepit, enervated, tired, fatigued, exhausted, spent, worn out
coloquial weedy
ANTÓNIMOS

strong

2‘bats have very weak eyes’

SINÓNIMOS
inadequate, poor, feeble
defective, faulty, flawed, deficient, imperfect, substandard, lacking, wanting
ANTÓNIMOS

strong, powerful, keen

3‘she made some weak excuse to break the appointment’

SINÓNIMOS
unconvincing, untenable, tenuous, implausible, unsatisfactory, slight, poor, inadequate, thin, transparent
unsound, feeble, flimsy, lame, hollow
coloquial pathetic
ANTÓNIMOS

convincing

4‘I was too weak to be a rebel’

SINÓNIMOS
irresolute, spineless, craven, cowardly, pusillanimous, timorous, timid, indecisive, ineffectual, useless, inept, effete, meek, tame, powerless, ineffective, impotent, namby-pamby, soft, lily-livered, faint-hearted
coloquial yellow, weak-kneed, gutless, yellow-bellied, chicken-hearted, chicken
ANTÓNIMOS

strong, resolute

5‘he had only a weak light to work by’

SINÓNIMOS
dim, pale, wan, faint, dull, feeble, muted
ANTÓNIMOS

strong, bright

6‘‘you did this to her,’ he said in a weak voice’

SINÓNIMOS
indistinct, muffled, stifled, muted, hushed, faint, low, scarcely audible
ANTÓNIMOS

strong, loud

7‘they drank weak coffee’

SINÓNIMOS
watery, diluted, dilute, watered down, thinned down, thin, adulterated, tasteless, flavourless, bland, insipid, mild
coloquial wishy-washy
ANTÓNIMOS

strong, powerful

8‘a weak smile’

SINÓNIMOS
unenthusiastic, feeble, half-hearted, limp, lame

Phrases

    weak at the knees

    ‘she has accepted a challenge that would make the bravest man go weak at the knees’


    SINÓNIMOS
    faint, dizzy, light-headed, giddy, shaky
    weak-kneed, wobbly, quivery, unsteady, groggy, muzzy
    coloquial trembly, all of a tremble, all of a quiver, with rubbery legs, woozy
    marginal vertiginous