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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.
the occasion on which Jesus Christ was brought back to life after his death, according to the Bible