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weak-willed
Pronunciation: / ˌwikˈwɪld / Pronunciation: / wiːkˈwɪld /

Translation of weak-willed in Spanish:

adjective

  • (person)
    de poca (fuerza de) voluntad
    to be weak-willed
    no tener fuerza de voluntad
    Example sentences
    • Rather, her accountability is intrinsic to her weak-willed action itself.
    • The left looked like weak-willed hypocrites; the right like bullies who couldn't take care of their own mess.
    • Being a weak-willed type, I hate the curse of New Year's resolutions!

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