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flaquear

verbo intransitivo

  • le empezaron a flaquear las fuerzas
    he began to flag
    su voluntad empezó a flaquear
    she began to lose heart
    resistió sin flaquear
    he resisted staunchly
Example sentences
  • Las reservas físicas comenzaron a flaquear en el mermado Chile.
  • Después de un set sirviendo magistralmente, Muller flaqueó en el aspecto mental.
  • Colombia flaqueó en los momentos cruciales y sufrió su primer revés del campeonato.

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