Traducción de frailty en Español:


precariedad, n.

Pronunciación /ˈfreɪ(ə)lti//ˈfreɪlti/

nombrePlural frailties

  • 1

    (of construction)
    precariedad femenino
    endeblez femenino
    • As it transpired, the team only needed three to win and while their manager must fret over his side's sudden frailty, he again noted that it is a rich source of entertainment for the rest of us.
    • The home visiting service affords benefit to those who are unable to leave their home, due to frailty, disability, illness, or the effects of undergoing cancer treatments.
    • Some things about skiing - gravity, the inconvenient frailty of bone and sinew - never change.
    • Perhaps so, but the great attraction of sport is that, still in 2001, it holds a mirror to the human condition in all its strength and frailty.
    • Infatuated with my tiny son, I became fixated on his frailty: by what the world would do to him, if the world were given half a chance.
    • The beauty of a living thing springs directly from its frailty, its coming and its going.
    • The most important safety concern is their frailty and consequent vulnerability to personal injury or death in a crash.
    • He seemed to me to be really old, but even in death to be lacking in that common frailty I tended to view all the elderly as possessing.
    • However, those hopes were undermined and then ultimately shattered by a combination of injuries and growing defensive frailty.
    • The frailty of memory in general is an important theme, but how an epidemic of that proportion gets virtually wiped out of the collective memory is still a mystery.
    • This gradual loss has been tied to protein deficiency, lack of exercise, and increased frailty among the elderly.
    • Despite her age and increasing frailty she was out on the streets last year in her wheelchair, raising more than £50.
    • Every once in a while a boxer dies in the ring or a soccer player collapses on the field, and such tragedies make us acutely aware of our own frailty.
    • As if to emphasise his credentials, he has been at it again this week, hauling himself into contention at the Masters with a familiar mixture of fearlessness and frailty.
    • By the end of the decade there were few speaking as they had been only ten years earlier of US economic frailty or an American inability to compete effectively.
    • The frailty of the government's authority was underscored on the road north, when we were stopped at a roadblock by a group of men with assault rifles.
    • That ageing is an independent contributor is not surprising, because frailty increases with age, raising the risk of falls and failure of other organ systems.
    • Challenge the system with continuing high unemployment or the need to create a consensus when none exists, as over the treaty, and suddenly its frailty is exposed.
    • Historically the body and its frailty were much more difficult to escape than in our own age.
    • He excels at writing about sex and sexuality, which he describes with a graceful wonder that encompasses love's frailty and its brutality at once.
  • 2

    (of person) debilidad femenino
    (of health) lo delicado
  • 3

    (of character)
    debilidad femenino
    flaqueza femenino
    human frailty la flaqueza humana
    • His performance combines brazen ruthlessness with charm, wit, and clear human frailties.
    • It was our frailty that demanded social cohesion.
    • Vanity and bravery rarely come this distilled in real people: our courage and frailty arrive in random combination.
    • The problem with priests is that they are human and suffer the same frailties and imperfections as other humans such as myself.
    • Whatever he is, we certainly do not expect such frailty and inability to act on one's own from a generation on whom the future of our country rests.
    • It may not have been calculated, but the effect of talking about drink and displaying his frailty was to pick him out from the political crowd as if by a personal spotlight.
    • A young man, with all the usual weaknesses and frailties of ego.
    • Edward detailed his own set of insecurities and human frailties.
    • It's even more difficult to admit we're human and all our frailties that come along with it.
    • He also succeeds in bringing to life the American founders not as gods, but as people with human foibles and frailties.
    • Its characters offer human frailties, weaknesses and moral dilemmas that draw us in.
    • And it reveals the character's human frailties, without justifying or condemning his actions.
    • But the fact he also had real human frailties made him a greater man than was realised by those who could not see through the fog of adulation.
    • But those who understand the frailties of human nature will find it easier to suspend disbelief, and even sympathise a bit.
    • It's in complete disregard of the frailties of human nature.
    • Ultimately, Sophia's frailty gives way to reason.
    • As we will see, his works display an acute awareness of human faults and frailties and his writing exhibits a vividness and an elegance that makes it a pleasure to read.
    • It's the foibles and frailties of the characters we love the most.
    • The play, written in lucid verse, portrays a human being who transcended human frailties.
    • Like a little plumped up raisin, he exudes vanity, smugness and frailty and desolation in equal measure.