Synonyms of weak in English:

weak

adjective

  • 3 she made some weak excuse to break the appointment
    unconvincing, untenable, tenuous, implausible, unsatisfactory, slight, poor, inadequate, thin, transparent; unsound, feeble, flimsy, lame, hollow
    informal pathetic
    she made some weak excuse to break the appointment
    [Antonyms] convincing
  • 5 he had only a weak light to work by
    dim, pale, wan, faint, dull, feeble, muted
    he had only a weak light to work by
    [Antonyms] strong bright
  • 6 ‘you did this to her,’ he said in a weak voice a weak signal
    indistinct, muffled, stifled, muted, hushed, faint, low, scarcely audible
    ‘you did this to her,’ he said in a weak voice a weak signal
    [Antonyms] strong loud

Phrases

weak at the knees

she has accepted a challenge that would make the bravest man go weak at the knees faintdizzylight-headedgiddyshakyweak-kneedwobblyquiveryunsteadygroggymuzzy informaltremblyall of a trembleall of a quiverwith rubbery legswoozy rarevertiginous

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Pronunciation: ˌkələrəˈto͝orə
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