fraco

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From Old Portuguese fraco, from Latin flaccus (flaccid).

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fraco m (feminine singular fraca, masculine plural fracos, feminine plural fracas, comparable)

  1. weak (lacking in force or ability)
  2. weak (lacking in taste or potency)
  3. (colloquial) who cannot handle their drink
    Minha irmã é "fraca" para bebida. Ela ficou bêbada com duas latas de cerveja.
    My sister is a lightweight. She got drunk off of two beer cans.

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