enfeeble englannista suomeksi
To make feeble.
1774, Dr Samuel Johnson, ''Preface to the Works of the English Poets'', J. Nichols, Volume II, Page 130,
- "...the gout, with which he had long been tormented, prevailed over the enfeebled powers of nature."
2014, Michael White, "http://www.theguardian.com/politics/2014/sep/08/salmond-scotland-independence-first-minister Roll up, roll up! The Amazing Salmond will show a Scotland you won't believe", ''The Guardian'', 8 September 2014:
- In the face of enfeebled, self-harming opposition on both sides of the border (and a miserable economic recession on both sides too) he has performed brilliantly.
2022, Mark Joseph Stern, ''The Supreme Court Had No Legal Reason to Block Biden’s Workplace Vaccine Rules'', in: Slate, 2022-01-13
- The Republican-appointed justices may yet enfeeble the executive branch’s ability to implement federal law.