flaquear translation English | Spanish-English dictionary

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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
Translation Spanish - English Collins Dictionary  
'flaquear' found in translations in English-Spanish dictionary
exp.
no debemos flaquear, ahora menos que nunca
"flaquear": examples and translations in context
Por lo tanto, el Parlamento no debe flaquear ante la compleja naturaleza de estos tiempos. Parliament must, therefore, not waver in the face of the complex nature of these times.
Pero eso no debería hacernos flaquear en nuestra resolución de seguir trabajando en pro de un futuro mejor para el Iraq. But it should not make us waver in our determination to continue working for a better future for Iraq.
Mantén la calma, sin flaquear. Business as usual, and don't weaken.
Hay nuevos jeques que quieren reinar, todavía no he caído, pero puedo flaquear. There's lots of other new sheiks who would like to be sheikin' haven't slipped yet but I'm liable to weaken
En momentos de incertidumbre, no debemos flaquear. In a time of uncertainty, we must not falter.
No debemos flaquear ni escatimar esfuerzos para hacer frente a las consecuencias que estas cuestiones entrañan para la seguridad. And we must not falter - no effort should be spared in addressing the security implications of these issues.
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