WIMP OUT OF SOMETHING


WIMP OUT OF SOMETHING
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Wimpy — слабак, во всех наших смыслах. Синоним - wuss(y).


American slang. English-Russian dictionary. 2014.

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  • wimp out (of something) — ˌwimp ˈout (of sth) derived (informal, disapproving) to not do sth that you intended to do because you are too frightened or not confident enough to do it Main entry: ↑wimpderived …   Useful english dictionary

  • wimp out (of something) — in. to chicken ut (of something); to get out of something, leaving others to carry the burden. □ Come on! Don’t wimp out now that there’s all this work to be done. □ Ted wimped out on us …   Dictionary of American slang and colloquial expressions

  • wimp out — intransitive verb (wimped out ; wimped out ; wimping out ; wimps out) Etymology: wimp, noun (herein) + out (I) : to behave like a wimp ; especially : to choose the easiest course of action * * * wimp out …   Useful english dictionary

  • wimp out — phrasal verb [intransitive] Word forms wimp out : present tense I/you/we/they wimp out he/she/it wimps out present participle wimping out past tense wimped out past participle wimped out informal to decide not to do something because you are… …   English dictionary

  • wimp out — withdraw from something in a cowardly way. → wimp …   English new terms dictionary

  • wimp — informal ► NOUN ▪ a weak and cowardly person. ► VERB (wimp out) ▪ withdraw from something in a cowardly way. DERIVATIVES wimpish adjective wimpy adjective. ORIGIN origin uncertain, perhaps from WHIMPER( …   English terms dictionary

  • wimp — wimp1 [wımp] n informal [Date: 1900 2000; Origin: Perhaps from whimper] 1.) someone who has a weak character and is afraid to do something difficult or unpleasant ▪ Don t be such a wimp! 2.) a man who is thin and physically weak >wimpish,… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • wimp — wimp1 [ wımp ] noun count INFORMAL someone who is not brave, strong, or confident: Come on! Don t be such a wimp. wimp wimp 2 [ wımp ] verb ,wimp out phrasal verb intransitive INFORMAL to decide not to do something because you are frightened or… …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • wimp — 1 noun (C) informal 1 someone who has a weak character and is afraid to do something difficult or unpleasant: Don t be such a wimp! 2 a man who is thin and physically weak wimpish, wimpy adjective 2 verb wimp out phrasal verb (I) spoken to not do …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • wimp — informal noun a weak and cowardly person. verb (wimp out) withdraw from something in a cowardly way. Derivatives wimpish adjective wimpishly adverb wimpishness noun wimpy adjective (wimpier …   English new terms dictionary

  • wimpish — wimp informal ► NOUN ▪ a weak and cowardly person. ► VERB (wimp out) ▪ withdraw from something in a cowardly way. DERIVATIVES wimpish adjective wimpy adjective. ORIGIN origin uncertain, perhaps from WHIMPER( …   English terms dictionary