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weak

1. lacking in political or strategic strength
2. (of a syllable) not accented or stressed
3. (of a fuel-air mixture) containing a relatively low proportion of fuel
4. Photog having low density or contrast; thin
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Global Banking News-February 6, 2018--Sudan central bank weakens bank trading exchange rate
In particular, Moody's expects that the gradual weakening in the operating environment will initially dampen the banking system's liquidity and credit growth and then progressively weaken the banks' profitability and asset quality.
Ek Vidhan, Ek Pradhan aur Ek Nishan" (one country, one Constitution, and one National Emblem) and their aim is only to weaken the special status of Jammu and Kashmir.
Yet given that failed economic policy led to this particular market-driven interest-rate hike, it is not clear whether the yen would strengthen or weaken.
Normal use and exposure to the elements can gradually weaken the strength of a tie-down.
Researchers aren't sure why a B-12 deficiency may weaken bones.
Various nutrients were found to weaken the muscles of some people while strengthening the muscles of others.
ECONOMIC conditions are expected to weaken over the next year despite a lift in consumer confidence, a survey revealed yesterday.
The Bush Administration's "Clear Skies" initiative would substantially weaken public health and environmental protections under the Clean Air Act, while doing nothing about global warming.
These culprits creep in and weaken the cable until it's no longer useable or safe.
NFU Cymru deputy president Dai Davies said, ``Sterling has weakened against the euro by some 10% in the last four months and might weaken even further.
NFU milk chairman Terrig Morgan said: "Sterling has weakened against the euro by some 10pc in the last four months and might weaken even further.