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  • EN [ wiːk]
  • US [ wiːk]

English definition


  • 1. having little physical or spiritual strength;

    • "a weak radio signal"
    • "a weak link"
  • 2. overly diluted; thin and insipid;

    • "washy coffee"
    • "watery milk"
    • "weak tea"
  • 3. lacking power

  • 4. used of vowels or syllables; pronounced with little or no stress;

    • "a syllable that ends in a short vowel is a light syllable"
    • "a weak stress on the second syllable"
  • 5. having the attributes of man as opposed to e.g. divine beings;

    • "I'm only human"
    • "frail humanity"
  • 6. lacking force; feeble;

    • "a forceless argument"
  • 7. lacking physical strength or vitality;

    • "a feeble old woman"
    • "her body looked sapless"
  • 8. used of verbs having standard (or regular) inflection

  • 9. lacking physical strength or vigor

  • 10. characterized by excessive softness or self-indulgence;

    • "an effeminate civilization"

Example sentences

  • In a weak moment, I told him the truth.

  • The marvelous acting compensated for the play's weak script.

  • She is weak in character.

  • The patient is very weak.

  • Don't victimise the weak.

  • She has a weak [ good ] digestion.

  • My legs were so weak I could hardly stand.

  • The patient was so weak that the nurse was unable to get him up.

  • The teacher's so weak that the children do what they like.

  • He appears to be strong and healthy , but , as a matter of fact, he suffers from a very weak heart.

  • She is not so weak as she looks.

  • African hunting dogs will tear at the flesh of their victim until it is weak.

  • Two divisions were ordered up to strengthen a weak point in the line.

  • He felt weak after illness.

  • That's my weak point.

  • His illness has left him weak.

  • She was so weak and exhausted that she had to lie back in the easy chair.

  • Her French is rather weak.

  • Skiing remained the weak spot of the Chinese team.

  • She is a girl of weak apprehension.

  • a weak and indecisive man

  • In spite of his disappointment, he managed a weak smile.

  • The excellent acting wasn't enough to redeem a weak plot.

  • She is still weak after her illness.

  • Matt is weak and dependent, but you love him all the same.

  • Arthur himself has been portrayed as a weak cuckold.

  • She has an unerring instinct for people's weak spots.

  • We are scared to abandon ourselves to our feelings in case we seem weak or out of control.

Phrase collocation

  • the weaker sex

    [treated as sing. or pl.](dated, derogatory)women regarded collectively

  • weak at the knees

    helpless with emotion

  • the weak link

    the point at which a system, sequence, or organization is most vulnerable; the least dependable element or member

Synonym discrimination

  • weak, feeble, frail, fragile


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