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  • weak link — Synonyms and related words: assailability, blemish, bug, catch, chink, crack, defect, defection, deficiency, drawback, failing, failure, fault, faute, flaw, foible, frailty, heel of Achilles, hole, imperfection, inadequacy, infirmity, kink,… …   Moby Thesaurus

  • weak link — frail connection …   English contemporary dictionary

  • Strong link weak link — A Strong link / weak link and Exclusion zone nuclear detonation mechanism is a type of safety mechanism employed in the arming and firing mechanisms of modern nuclear weapons. It is a form of automatic safety interlock. [… …   Wikipedia

  • (the) weak link (in the chain) — the weak/​weakest link (in the chain) phrase the weakest part of a group, plan, or team Thesaurus: participants in games and competitionshyponym to defeat someone in a game, competition or argumentsynonym Main entry: link * * * the weak link (in… …   Useful english dictionary

  • (a) weak link in the chain — a weak link (in the chain) the weakest part of a system or the weakest member of a group of people that could cause the whole system or group to fail. It s a strong team, though the goalkeeper may be a weak link because he s rather inexperienced …   New idioms dictionary

  • (a) weak link — a weak link (in the chain) the weakest part of a system or the weakest member of a group of people that could cause the whole system or group to fail. It s a strong team, though the goalkeeper may be a weak link because he s rather inexperienced …   New idioms dictionary

  • the weak link — the point at which a system, sequence, or organization is most vulnerable; the least dependable element or member …   Useful english dictionary

  • link — link1 [liŋk] n. [ME linke < Scand, as in ON hlekkr, Dan lænke, Swed länk, in same senses, akin to OE hlence, link of a chain, coat of mail < base of hlencan, to twist < IE base * kleng , to bend, wind > LANK] 1. any of the series of… …   English World dictionary

  • weak sister — weak′ sis′ter n. 1) inf a vacillating person; coward 2) inf a part or element that undermines the whole of something; weak link • Etymology: 1855–60 …   From formal English to slang

  • link — I n. 1) to constitute a link 2) a close; strong; weak link 3) a connecting link 4) the missing link 5) a cuff link 6) a link between; to, with (he has links to the underworld) 7) (misc.) (GB) the fixed link (under the Channel) II v. (D; tr.) to… …   Combinatory dictionary

  • link — link1 [ lıŋk ] verb transitive *** 1. ) usually passive if people, things, or events are linked, they are related to each other in some way: Police suspect that the two murder cases are linked. be linked to/with something: Rock music has often… …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

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