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feeble
'fiːbəl
Main
English Definition
(形) As an adjective
  1. Lacking strength.
  2. Lacking bodily or muscular strength or vitality.
  3. Lacking strength or vigor.
  4. Pathetically lacking in force or effectiveness.
Hyphenationfee•ble
Part of Speech(形) adjective
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微弱wēiruò, wéiruò (Tw)weak; faint; feeble
衰弱shuāiruòweak; feeble
无效wúxiàonot valid; ineffective; in vain
wāngfeeble; lame
máofeeble; weak of the rice plant
chánweak; feeble; lowly
wéi(non-classical form of ) small, low, weak; feeble
sǔnweak; feeble, joy; delight; gratification
tuǐuneven, weak; feeble
to be weakened by disease; feeble; lean (a dialect) poor in quality
pèiscab over a sore, scar of an ulcer, weak; feeble
weak; feeble, to mourn, ulcer; cancer; carbuncle, short
incapable, weak; feeble, narrow minded
weak; feeble; tender; delicate; soft, (dialect) to hang down the head and sleepy
yǎobent, distorted, crooked; feeble
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