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foible
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English - Vietnamese Dictionary
foible /'fɔibl/
  • danh từ ((cũng) feeble)
    • nhược điểm, điểm yếu
    • đầu lưỡi kiếm (từ giữa lưỡi đến mũi)
Concise Dictionary
foibles'fɔɪbl
noun
+a behavioral attribute that is distinctive and peculiar to an individual
+the weaker part of a sword's blade from the forte to the tip

Thesaurus Dictionary
n.
weakness, imperfection, weak point, fault, frailty, shortcoming, flaw, defect, failing, blemish, infirmity; peculiarity, idiosyncrasy, quirk, crotchet, eccentricity, preoccupation, kink, Colloq hang-up, bug:
One of her foibles is that she loves junk food.
Advanced English Dictionary
+ noun
a silly habit or a strange or weak aspect of a person's character, that is considered harmless by other people: We have to tolerate each other's little foibles.


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