Betekenis van:

Bijvoeglijk naamwoord
  • teer; kwetsbaar; delicaat
  • easily broken or damaged or destroyed
"fragile porcelain plates"
"fragile old bones"


Bijvoeglijk naamwoord
    • vulnerably delicate
    "she has the fragile beauty of youth"
    Bijvoeglijk naamwoord
      • lacking substance or significance
      "a fragile claim to fame"



      1. These boxes are fragile.
      2. The cardboard boxes are fragile.
      3. The Earth's climate is fragile.
      4. Nature's equilibrium is very fragile.
      5. The model plane they built was fragile.
      6. I never said I was fragile.
      7. The balance of nature is very fragile.
      8. These fragile items must be insured against all risks.
      9. He attached a "Fragile" label to the package.
      10. Many fragile species are on the verge of extinction.
      11. Could you put these fragile things in a safe place?
      12. The label warns that the contents of the box are fragile.
      13. Flowers are so fragile and so beautiful, that you can't speak about them without poetry or metaphors.
      14. All of the longing and wishes for good fortune are wrapped up in the fragile skin of the dumplings.
      15. My chest had become softer than the fig tree's fruit and my heart had become more fragile than the fig tree's leaves.