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Weak, low in French 🇫🇷

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weak, low faible
How to say “weak, low” in French? “Faible”. Here you will learn how to pronounce “faible” correctly and in the comments below you will be able to get all sorts of advice on weak, low in French like tips & tricks to remember it, questions, explanations and more.

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Fort – Faible (Strong – Weak)

7 months ago

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Tips to remember the French word “faible”:
– Associate “faible” with the English word “feeble,” as they sound similar and have similar meanings.
– Think of someone who might pay a small “fee” for being “ble” (play on “able”) to do less work due to their weakness or low strength.
– Picture a “fable” (similar in pronunciation) about a weak character to forge a connection in your mind.

– “Faible” is an adjective in French that directly translates to “weak” or “low” in English. It can refer to physical weakness, low strength, or intensity, or a lack of power or effectiveness.

Other words that mean the same thing:
– “Faiblard” (informal) – Somebody who is weak or not very strong.
– “Débile” (can be offensive) – It can mean weak but is often used to mean foolish or stupid.
– “Frêle” – Fragile or delicately weak, often used to describe someone’s physical appearance.

Alternate meanings/slang:
– “Un point faible” – A weak point or weakness.
– “Avoir un faible pour quelqu’un” – To have a soft spot for someone or something; a fondness or liking.
– “Faible” can sometimes be used to refer to low concentration or low levels of something, such as in “une faible dose” (a low dose).

Examples of sentences that use “faible”:
1. Il est trop faible pour soulever cette boîte. (He is too weak to lift this box.)
2. Ma grand-mère est de santé faible. (My grandmother’s health is weak.)
3. Après la maladie, sa vision est restée faible. (After the illness, his vision remained weak.)
4. Ce médicament est à prendre à faible dose. (This medicine should be taken in a low dose.)
5. J’ai un faible pour le chocolat noir. (I have a soft spot for dark chocolate.)
6. L’entreprise a un chiffre d’affaires faible cette année. (The company has a low turnover this year.)

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