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1. (slim) 
a. thin 
Algunas modelos están demasiado flacas.Some models are too thin.
b. skinny 
Está muy flaco después de un mes fuera de casa.He is very skinny after a month out of home.
2. (poor) 
Hizo un flaco servicio a su familia comprando esas tierras.He did a disservice to his family by buying that land.
Esta mala noticia hace un flaco favor a la Bolsa.This bad news does no favor to the Stock Market.
3. (literary) (weak) 
a. feeble 
Tenía la flaca memoria de una anciana.She had the feeble memory of an elderly lady.
1. (persona) 
a. thin, skinny 
2. (punto) 
a. weak 
hacer un flaco servicio o favor a alguiento do somebody no favors, to be unhelpful to somebody
3. (colloquial) (Latin America) 
¿cómo estás, flaca?hey, how are you doing?
1 (delgado) thin; skinny (familiar)
Oye, flaco, por donde ...
años flacos (Latinoamérica) lean years; ponerse flaco (Latinoamérica) to get thin
2 (débil) weak; feeble; [+memoria] bad; short; (Latinoamérica) [+tierra] barren
su punto flaco his weak point; his weakness
(defecto) failing; (punto débil) weakness; weak point;
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