Translation of enfeeble in Spanish:

enfeeble

debilitar, v.

Pronunciation /ɪnˈfib(ə)l//ɪnˈfiːb(ə)l//ɛnˈfiːb(ə)l//ɛnˈfib(ə)l/

transitive verb

formal

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    debilitar
    • My elderly brain is too enfeebled to work it out.
    • On May 1 he wrote, ‘the sudden north wind has enfeebled me sadly’.
    • And of course, once he's too enfeebled to make it to the polls he'll have lots of folks willing to vote in his name.
    • The institutions that are supposed to be providing these checks and balances seem to be temporarily enfeebled.
    • Despite this, we are gradually unpicking the fabric of a once prosperous nation and turning it into a starved and enfeebled wasteland.
    • The mind or intellect seems to be enfeebled by sentiment today as your head and heart tug you in different directions.
    • A plate of aluminium about fifteen millimetres thick, though it enfeebled the action seriously, did not cause the fluorescence to disappear entirely.
    • At that moment she knew that his age had enfeebled him.
    • One out of three got worse - it actually enfeebled their work.
    • He weeps, enfeebled by the death of his most loving daughter - he refuses to believe she is gone, even as he himself dies.
    • Artists dominated by reason lose all feeling, powerful instinct is enfeebled, inspiration becomes impoverished and the heart lacks its rapture.
    • The old man is too enfeebled to make the journey, and sends his young counterpart on the voyage to retrieve the treasure.
    • He was a weak, completely enfeebled old man, between one hundred and twenty and one hundred and fifty years old.
    • Under constant attack and enfeebled by the bitterly cold weather, the army and its followers were gradually destroyed in the passes leading to India and only a handful escaped.
    • I am reminded of his awareness of how enfeebled modern literature can seem in an academic context.
    • The existing opposition parties are enfeebled - the biggest of them is the Communist Party, a husk of its former self and no friend to capitalist tycoons.
    • His success enfeebled the national democratic process, plunging Cambodia back into turmoil that continues to plague it today.
    • When you are old and enfeebled your muscles don't work very well, you can't cough and you are at risk of pneumonia.
    • It enfeebled us so much that even freedom from European colonisation did not make us independent and strong.
    • He no doubt walks little old ladies across the street and feeds enfeebled kittens by hand to nurse them back to health.