Translation of infirmity in Spanish:


dolencia, n.

Pronunciation /ɪnˈfərmədi//ɪnˈfəːməti/

nounPlural infirmities

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    dolencia feminine formal
    padecimiento masculine
    the usual infirmities of old age los achaques propios de la vejez
    • her infirmity prevented her from walking very far su estado de debilidad le impedía ir demasiado lejos
    • mental infirmity trastorno mental
    • Of course, there's no denying the fact that infirmity coupled with sickness will always stalk the retirees and seize every opportunity to pounce on us.
    • Our collective cultural belief is that aging brings illness and infirmity, along with a loss of status for women.
    • Lognar tried as best he could to maintain a stern and uncompromising demeanor with this enemy of his people, but was plainly worn out by his exertions and his obvious physical infirmity.
    • Health expenses means expenditure on the diagnosis, prevention or treatment of illness, injury, infirmity or disability.
    • The organisation aims to provide financial and practical assistance to people in the Cricklade area who need support because of illness or infirmity.
    • Many owners have found they were no longer able to use them as they got older because ill health or infirmity prevented them from travelling.
    • It defines what it means to be civilised in uncivilised times, testifies to the healing properties of a sense of the ridiculous and hints that inner cheer can face down physical infirmity.
    • That's generally a good indication of mental infirmity.
    • There are other possibilities: insufficient exercise, unsuitable food, old age and infirmity, or genetic weaknesses.
    • This year unfortunately some of our volunteers are unable to help us through illness or infirmity and two of our younger members have moved away from the area.
    • His attitude was doubtless due to his physical infirmity, which prevented him from being either an observer or an experimenter.
    • At the same time, widespread beliefs about the mental and physical infirmities associated with advancing age created stereotypes that were reflected in business practices.
    • The publication has only 163 pages, but it is full of the joy found in people when one sympathetically understands the oddness of age and mental infirmity.
    • Home visits are also possible for those people who are unable to access the sessions because of ill-health, infirmity or care commitments.
    • That is to say it did not stem from any inherent infirmity or weakness or deficiency.
    • It is just as meaningful to speak of levels of vitality and healthfulness as of debility and infirmity.
    • One thing is clear - the New Testament teaches that believers will suffer physical infirmity in this fallen world.
    • Clients are people who are unable to use regular public transport because of physical and sometimes mental disability or infirmity.
    • As things stood at the beginning of 1990, Mrs Adam's life was reasonably settled and happy, taking into account her age and physical infirmity.
    • The claimant's interpretation gives the clause a more tautological aspect in as much as it would have the tendency to treat the condition and the physical infirmity or illness as the same thing.