English translation of दुर्बल
दुर्बलPowered by COBUILD /durbala/
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/durbala, durbal, durbla, durbl/
1. gaunt adjective
If someone looks gaunt, they look very thin, usually because of illness.
2. impotent adjective
If you feel impotent, you feel that you have no power to influence people or events. ⇒ As no one listened to them, they felt impotent.
3. lame adjective
If you describe an excuse or effort as lame, you mean that it is weak. ⇒ He made some lame excuse about feeling sick.
4. languid adjective
If you are languid, you show little energy or interest and are very slow and casual in your movements. [literary]
5. limp adjective
If something is limp, it is soft or weak when it should be firm or strong. ⇒ She pushed her limp hair back from her face.
6. watery adjective
Something that is watery is weak or pale. ⇒ A watery light began to show through the branches.
7. weak adjective
If someone is weak, they do not have very much strength or energy.
8. weak adjective
Something that is weak is not strong or good, and is likely to break or fail. ⇒ ...the weak structure of the buildings. ⇒ She had a weak heart.
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Translation of दुर्बल from the Collins Hindi to English Dictionary