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The illness had left him too weak to speak.
Workplace bullies pick on weak and vulnerable colleagues.
We are in a weak bargaining position.
They can always improve by working on their weak points.
The report was criticized for being weak on detail.
The floorboards are weak in some places.
a weak gravitational field
The case is weak because it is based on very little real evidence.
The Scottish Secretary gave a very weak answer.
They were on weak ground, with no precedents for their action.
They exploited the weak points in their opponents' defences.
He had only a weak light to work by.
This is the British English definition of weak. View American English definition of weak.
a plan or course of action that is not possible to achieve