frágil

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See also: fragil and fràgil

Portuguese[edit]

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Borrowed from Latin fragilis.

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frágil m, f (plural frágeis, comparable)

  1. Prone to physically break easily; fragile; frail.
  2. Not comfortable or confident in oneself; insecure.
  3. Having a tendency to change; not stable; unstable.

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Spanish[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Borrowed from Latin fragilis[1].

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Adjective[edit]

frágil (plural frágiles)

  1. fragile

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