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adjective ((compar): weaker, (superl): weakest)
  1. Lacking in force or ability.
The child was too to move the boulder.
  1. dilute, Dilute, lacking in taste or potency.
We were served stale bread and tea.
  1. (context, grammar) regular, Regular in inflection, especially of verbs.
  2. (physics) One of the four fundamental forces associated with nuclear decay.
  3. (slang) bad, Bad or uncool (this place is weak).
  4. (context, Canada, slang) (rfv-sense) good, Good or cool ( we had a weak time ) slang in P.E.I., w:Canada, Canada.
Etymology: weike, from veikr "weak," cognate with Old English wican, wÄcan "to yield." Proto-Indo-European base
  • weik- "to bend, wind"



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