English translation of 'fraqueza'
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'fraqueza' in Other Languages
British English: weakness /ˈwiːknɪs/ NOUN
lack of energy Weakness is the state of having little strength or energy.
Symptoms of infection include weakness, nausea, and vomiting.
- American English: weakness
- Arabic: ضَعْف
- Brazilian Portuguese: fraqueza
- Chinese: 虚弱
- Croatian: slabost
- Czech: slabost
- Danish: svaghed
- Dutch: zwakte
- European Spanish: debilidad
- Finnish: heikkous
- French: faiblesse
- German: Schwäche
- Greek: αδυναμία
- Italian: debolezza
- Japanese: 弱いこと
- Korean: 허약
- Norwegian: svakhet
- Polish: słabość
- European Portuguese: fraqueza
- Romanian: slăbiciune
- Russian: слабость
- Spanish: debilidad
- Swedish: svaghet
- Thai: ความอ่อนแอ
- Turkish: zayıflık
- Ukrainian: слабкість
- Vietnamese: sự yếu ớt
British English: weakness NOUN
penchant If you have a weakness for something, you like it very much, although this is perhaps surprising or undesirable.
He himself had a weakness for cats.
Translation of fraqueza from the Collins Portuguese to English
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