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wimp
American English: /wɪmp/
British English: /wɪmp/

Translation of wimp in Spanish:

noun

  • [colloquial]
    Example sentences
    • Consequently, compared with wild mice, lab mice are wimps - slower, weaker, and less active - even if both have lived their entire lives in cages the size of a shoe box.
    • When I was finally able to leave, after thanking the teacher like a cowardly wimp, I wondered whether the just-concluded event was a meeting of parents or a lecture on them.
    • And the cowards and wimps don't do a single thing about it.

Phrasal verbs

wimp out

verb + adverb
[colloquial]
rajarse [colloquial]

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