In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1.1(of body) debilidad femenino(of structure, material) falta de solidez femenino(of structure, material) endeblez femenino(of defenses, army) debilidad femenino(of argument) pobreza femenino
- This resulted in several long-range attacks which spotted defensive weakness and exploited it.
- You need to make sure that the system responds adequately to any faults and weaknesses that have been reported.
- Yet it undertakes this task in conditions of profound economic weakness.
- So, what are Clark's strengths and weaknesses, and how can she win back voters?
- You know, we all have our strengths and our weaknesses, our faults and our abilities.
- It has been run by two-party or three-party coalitions, with all the instability and weakness that brings.
- In short, Scotland's economic strengths outweigh its weaknesses.
- His other key weakness is his inability to detach himself from his players and put them under pressure.
- The nerve condition is characterized by weakness and quick fatigue of facial muscles.
- There are actually numerous ways to intercept packets in Windows, each with their own disadvantages and weaknesses.
- Lastly there may be a stage of exhaustion, tiredness and weakness.
- These conditions continue to be seen as a sign of weakness rather than illness.
- The problem, which results in instant weakness, first struck him last season.
- The country's economic weakness resulted in a weakening of its military capability.
- Conversely, deprivation produces feelings of inferiority, weakness and helplessness.
- We know each other's faults and weaknesses and complement each other.
- The commission is visiting all the candidates before writing a report on their strengths and weaknesses.
- In the report the school was praised for its success in addressing weaknesses highlighted in the last report.
- Its lack of formality was now depicted as a weakness, not a strength.
- Such conditions can lead to dizziness, weakness, lethargy and confusion.
- Other symptoms include general weakness, a weak cry and various neurological disorders.
- This is the same bacterial nerve toxin that causes botulism, an illness which causes muscle weakness or paralysis.
- That is to say it did not stem from any inherent infirmity or weakness or deficiency.
- It will identify the financial strengths and weaknesses of your system.
- Hecate's words faltered and she trembled with weakness and exhaustion.
- The more they sang, the more apparent their individual strengths and weaknesses became.
- Critics will no doubt mock the idea, asserting perhaps that it is a sign of weakness or even desperation.
- My life had dissolved into illness, weakness, pain and exhaustion.
- Who is your competition, and what are their strengths or weaknesses?
- A prolonged admission is likely to result in profound weakness and physical disability.
- American efforts to address these issues reveal both the strengths and weaknesses of our society.
- The result is muscle weakness that is especially pronounced in the face, arms, and legs.
- It now has more strengths than weaknesses and ‘has come a long way’ since 1998.
- This will identify the strengths and weaknesses of the business and will guide decisions on the best way forward.
- The objective of the event is to explore the strengths and weaknesses of franchising as a source of new business opportunities.
- Much like each of us, candidates for the Presidency have their own strengths and weaknesses.
- Myasthenia gravis is a chronic, autoimmune disorder which results in progressive skeletal muscle weakness.
- Then, as life goes on, you learn to understand and accept that person's faults and weaknesses.
- You are the same person with the same weaknesses and the same strengths.
- So we all bring to the table a variety of experiences, strengths and weaknesses.
- He knows our human condition, our weakness and frailty, even better than we do.
1.2(ineffectualness)falta de carácter femeninoflaqueza femenino
2.1(weak point)(in structure, policy) punto débil masculino(in person's character) flaqueza femenino(in person's character) punto débil masculino(in person's character) punto flaco masculino coloquialwe all have our weaknesses — todos tenemos nuestras debilidades
- I invest quite a lot of money for my children, but I also have a definite weakness for shoes - I can't resist them.
- I've always had a weakness for the company of good-looking men.
2.2(liking)debilidad femeninoflaqueza femeninochocolate is one of my weaknesses — tengo debilidad por el chocolate
- to have a weakness for sth — tener debilidad por algo
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