frailness

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Englisch - Türkisch
narinlik
{i} zayıflık
[n] zayıflık
{i} hafiflik
frail
hafif ve kırılgan
frail
{s} çelimsiz

O yaşlılığında çelimsiz oldu. - He's become frail in his old age.

Çelimsiz yaşlı adam inatla bir tekerlekli sandalyeyi kullanmayı reddetti. - The frail old man stubbornly refused to make use of a wheelchair.

frail
{s} narin

Yaşlı kadın narin ama alıngandı. - The elderly woman was frail but feisty.

frail
{s} kolay kırılır
frail
kırılgan

Büyükannem giderek unutkan ve kırılgan oluyor. - My grandmother was gradually becoming forgetful and frail.

frail
nahif
frail
dayanıklı olmayan
frail
ince ve zayıf nahif
frail
ince ve güçsüz
frail
zayıf
frail
dayanıksız
frail
yavan
frail
hafif
frail
tatsız
frail
manevi zaaf
frail
da
frail
zayıf ahlâklı olarak
frail
human frailty kolayca günah işleyebilme eğilimi
frail
{s} zayıf (umut, şans v.b.)
frail
{s} ahlaksız
frail
frailly kolay kırılabilir şekilde
frail
beşer zafiyetle
frail
sağlıksız
frail
frailty zayıflık
Englisch - Englisch
The state of being frail; frailty; weakness
{n} weakness, a sin of infirmity
Frailty
{i} delicateness, fragileness; flimsiness; weakness; weakness of character or constitution
frail
A girl

THE GIRL All right, they'll think I'm your frail.

frail
Liable to fall from virtue or be led into sin; not strong against temptation; weak in resolution; unchaste
frail
A basket made of rushes, used chiefly for containing figs and raisins
frail
Tender
frail
{a} weak, liable to error
frail
{n} a basket, a rush
frail
A rush for weaving baskets
frail
The quantity of raisins about thirty- two, fifty-six, or seventy-five pounds, contained in a frail
frail
a basket for holding dried fruit (especially raisins or figs)
frail
physically weak; "an invalid's frail body"
frail
the weight of a frail (basket) full of raisins or figs; between 50 and 75 pounds
frail
easily broken or damaged or destroyed; "a kite too delicate to fly safely"; "fragile porcelain plates"; "fragile old bones"; "a frail craft"
frail
{s} fragile; flimsy; weak, slight, thin; feeble, infirm; weak natured
frail
Easily broken; fragile; not firm or durable; liable to fail and perish; easily destroyed; not tenacious of life; weak; infirm
frail
Easily broken; mentally or physically fragile; not firm or durable; liable to fail and perish; easily destroyed; not tenacious of life; weak; infirm
frail
Someone who is frail is not very strong or healthy. She lay in bed looking particularly frail. = weak
frail
To play a stringed instrument, usually a banjo, by picking with the back of a fingernail
frail
The quantity of raisins contained in a frail
frail
a basket for holding dried fruit (especially raisins or figs) the weight of a frail (basket) full of raisins or figs; between 50 and 75 pounds physically weak; "an invalid's frail body
frail
Liable to fall from virtue or be led into sin; not strong against temptation; weak in resolution; also, unchaste; often applied to fallen women
frail
having the attributes of man as opposed to e g divine beings; "I'm only human"; "frail humanity"
frail
Something that is frail is easily broken or damaged. The frail craft rocked as he clambered in. = fragile
frailness

    Silbentrennung

    frail·ness

    Aussprache

    Etymologie

    [ 'frA(&)l ] (adjective.) 14th century. Middle English, from Middle French fraile, from Latin fragilis fragile, from frangere.

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