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flaquear

  
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1    (=debilitarse)     (gen)    to weaken, grow weak  
[esfuerzo]  
to slacken, flag  
[salud]  
to decline frm  , get worse  
[viga]  
to give way  
me flaquean las piernas      my legs are like jelly  
2    (=desanimarse)   to lose heart, become dispirited
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'flaquear' found in translations in English-Spanish dictionary
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no debemos flaquear, ahora menos que nunca
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"flaquear": examples and translations in context
David, no puedes flaquear ahora. David, you cannot falter now.
Nosotros la casa real no debemos ser vistos flaquear. We royal house must not be seen to falter.
Este no es el momento de flaquear. This is not the time to waver.
No debo flaquear hasta que las descifre todas. I must not waver until I decode them all.
No voy a dejar que ninguno de ustedes me haga flaquear más. Well, I'm not going to let either of you weaken me any more.
No debe flaquear, usted, tan seguro de sí cuando llegó aquí con su ingenio y manos sagradas y su insufrible orgullo. You mustn't weaken, you, so certain of yourself when you came here with your wit and your sacred hands and your insufferable conceit.
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