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flimsily

  
   adv   [constructed]   con poca solidez  
[dressed]   muy ligeramente
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"flimsily": examples and translations in context
Cuban television showed the gravity of the damages in images from Pedroso and Cruces. Many of the damaged houses were made of wood or flimsily built. La televisión cubana mostró imágenes de la gravedad de los daños en Pedroso y Cruces, particularmente porque muchas casas eran de madera o de endebles fabricaciones.
the collapse of flimsily built buildings, derrumbamiento de edificios frágiles,
On the other, human settlements were highly vulnerable to nature's fury, frequently being overcrowded, flimsily constructed and located in high-risk areas. Por otro, dichos asentamientos son altamente vulnerables al desencadenamiento de la furia de la naturaleza, ya que con frecuencia reinan en ellos condiciones de hacinamiento, están construidos con materiales poco sólidos y se encuentran ubicados en zonas de alto riesgo.
Flimsily disguised as "assistance to a free Cuba", the report approved by President George W. Bush contains a detailed description of the measures that Washington would impose if it succeeded in taking over our country. Enmascarado burdamente como "asistencia a una Cuba libre", el informe aprobado por el Presidente George W. Bush, detalla minuciosamente las medidas que impondría Washington si llegara a posesionarse de nuestro país.
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