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The condition or quality of being fragile; brittleness; frangibility
Liability to error and sin; frailty
Weakness; feebleness
{n} brittleness, weakness, frailty, defect
A quality or state of being expressing susceptibility to ill health or harm; the relative ability of resources to tolerate sustained use without degradation of the resource base (i e , lowering productivity or desirable resource quality) "Fragility" applies to those resource types or locations that are more or less susceptible to degradation under the presence of whatever use categories have been considered in the evaluation process For example, areas of vegetation-covered sand dunes may be characterized as being "environmentally fragile" for off-road vehicle uses, whereas beaches or un-vegetated dunes may be said to be "environmentally durable" for the same uses
quality of being easily damaged or destroyed
lack of physical strength quality of being easily damaged or destroyed
{i} breakableness; brittleness; weakness, flimsiness; delicacy
The maximum load an equipment can stand before failure (malfunction, irreversible loss of performance or structural damage) occurs
lack of physical strength
measures how robust the technology is outside the lab