Definitions English

  • Lacking firmness of character or strength of will.
  • Lacking the proper strength or amount of ingredients: weak coffee.
  • Lacking the ability to function normally or fully: a weak heart.
  • Lacking aptitude or skill: a weak student; weak in math.
  • Lacking or resulting from a lack of intelligence.
  • Lacking persuasiveness; unconvincing: a weak argument.
  • Lacking authority or the power to govern.
  • Lacking potency or intensity: weak sunlight.
  • Linguistics Of, relating to, or being those verbs in Germanic languages that form a past tense and past participle by means of a dental suffix, as start, started; have, had; bring, brought.
  • Linguistics Of, relating to, or being the inflection of nouns or adjectives in Germanic languages with a declensional suffix that historically contained an n.
  • Unstressed or unaccented in pronunciation or poetic meter. Used of a word or syllable.
  • Designating a verse ending in which the metrical stress falls on a word or syllable that is unstressed in normal speech, such as a preposition.
  • Tending downward in price: a weak market for oil stocks.