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slabost [ ženski rod ]

Nejakost, malaksalost.

ailment [ imenica ]
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An often persistent bodily disorder or disease; a cause for complaining; SYN. complaint, ill.
A bodily disorder or chronic disease
Unrest, uneasiness

debility [ imenica ]
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ETYM Latin debilitas, from debilis weak, prob. from de- + habilis able: cf. French débilité. Related to Able.
Weakness.
The state of being weak; weakness; feebleness; languor.

defaillance [ imenica ]
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defalcation [ imenica ]
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ETYM Late Lat. defalcatio: cf. French défalcation.
An abstraction of money, etc., by an officer or agent having it in trust; an embezzlement.

deficiency [ imenica ]
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The state of being deficient; inadequacy; want; failure; imperfection; shortcoming; defect.

distemper [ imenica ]
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Any of various infectious diseases of animals.
Any of several infectious diseases of animals characterized by catarrh, cough, and general weakness. Specifically, it refers to a virus disease in young dogs, also found in wild animals, which can now be prevented by vaccination. In 19an allied virus killed over 10,0common seals in the Baltic and North seas.

enervation [ imenica ]
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ETYM Latin enervatio: cf. French énervation.
Lack of vitality.

failing [ imenica ]
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A flaw or weak point; SYN. weakness.
Failure to reach a minimum required performance.

failure [ imenica ]
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ETYM From Fail.
An act that fails.
An event that does not accomplish its intended purpose.
An unexpected omission.
Lack of success.

faint [ imenica ]
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ETYM French feinte, from feindre to deceive.
A spontaneous loss of consciousness caused by insufficient blood to the brain; SYN. swoon, syncope.

faintness [ imenica ]
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Barely audible.

feebleness [ imenica ]
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The quality of lacking intensity or substance; SYN. tenuity.

flabbiness [ imenica ]
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A flabby softness; SYN. limpness, flaccidity.

foible [ imenica ]
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The weaker half of a sword's blade from the forte to the tip.

frailty [ imenica ]
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ETYM Old Eng. frelete, freilte, Old Fren. fraileté, from Latin fragilitas. Related to Frail, Fragility.
Moral weakness; SYN. vice.

impotence [ imenica ]
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ETYM Latin impotenia inability, poverty, want of moderation. Related to Impotent.
An inability (usually of a male) to copulate; SYN. impotency.
In medicine, a physical inability to perform sexual intercourse (the term is not usually applied to women). Impotent men fail to achieve an erection, and this may be due to illness, the effects of certain drugs, or psychological factors.
General fatigue or lack of interest may also cause impotence. Treatment for ongoing impotence includes counseling, behavioral therapy, and surgical implants.

indulgence [ imenica ]
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ETYM Latin indulgentia: cf. French indulgence.
A disposition to yield to the wishes of someone; SYN. lenience, leniency.
An inability to resist the gratification of whims and desires; SYN. self-indulgence.
The act of indulging or gratifying a desire; SYN. indulging, pampering, humoring, pleasing.
Former Catholic pardon granted for remission of punishment for sins.
In the Roman Catholic Church, the total or partial remission of temporal punishment for sins that remain to be expiated after penitence and confession have secured exemption from eternal punishment. The doctrine of indulgence began as the commutation of church penances in exchange for suitable works of charity or money gifts to the church, and became a great source of church revenue. This trade in indulgences roused Martin Luther in 15to initiate the Reformation. The Council of Trent 15recommended moderate retention of indulgences, and they continue, notably in “Holy Years”.

infirmity [ imenica ]
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ETYM Latin infirmitas; cf. French infirmite. Related to Infirm.
The state of being weak in health or body (especially from old age); SYN. frailty, debility, feebleness, frailness.

languidness [ imenica ]
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Lack of strength or energy, slowness, sluggishness; apathy, indifference, listlessness

languor [ imenica ]
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ETYM Old Eng. langour, Old Fren. langour, French langueur, Latin languor. Related to Languish.
A feeling of lack of interest or energy; SYN. lassitude, listlessness.
A relaxed comfortable feeling; SYN. dreaminess.
An unusual lack of energy; SYN. lethargy, sluggishness.
Listlessness; weariness.

laxity [ imenica ]
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The quality or state of being lax

leanness [ imenica ]
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ETYM AS. hlaennes.
The property of having little body fat; SYN. thinness.

phantom [ imenica ]
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ETYM Old Eng. fantome, fantosme, fantesme, Old Fren. fantôme, from Latin phantasma, Greek, from phanastai to show. Related to Fancy, Phaëton, Phantasm, Phase.
A ghost; the apparition of a dead person.
Any residual trace or faint idea.

powerlessness [ imenica ]
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The quality of lacking strength or power; being weak and feeble; SYN. impotence, impotency.

slimness [ imenica ]
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The quality or state of being slim.

tepidity [ imenica ]
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weakness [ imenica ]
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A penchant for something even though it might not be good for you.
The condition of being financially weak.
The property of lacking physical or mental strength; liability to failure under pressure or stress or strain.

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