The same drawbacks also applied to Thrawn, of course, plus the added one of being a nonhuman in a society like that.
a drawback is a disadvantage
. The only drawbacks were that she was a little chatty
Living in the city has many drawbacks as well as many benefits.
something is a serious drawback
This method seems to be full of drawbacks
He said it worked extremely well, the only minor drawback being that it had a relatively small capacity.
One of the drawbacks of living with someone is having to share a bathroom.
I fail to notice any drawbacks in your proposal.
The first drawback is that it turns out the pleasant life, your experience of positive emotion, is heritable, about 50 percent heritable.
It's a big drawback of working so far from a house.
The only drawback of moving to London was that Sarah wouldn’t see her parents so often.
There’s no communication with the internet for user – so, no emails, no chat forums. And that can be a big drawback
droobak/////////////////What would be the drawbacks of this?
Brilliant people have one major drawback - they don't know how to lose.
Angielskie słowo "wada" (drawback) występuje w zestawach:unit 4 powtórka upstream intermediate ProgressMatura Masters Intermediate Unit 9 słówkaMatura Masters Intermediate Unit 9Fiszki z książki - "Man of Distinction" (Michael S...upstream preintermediate unit 4
to be at a disadvantage
a major disadvantage is the limited nature of the data’
The disadvantage of excellent insulation is that it quickly leads to overheating.
For him, divorce is a good invention, with one sole disadvantage: you have to get married first.
This plan had many advantages and disadvantages.
His diligence turned out a disadvantage after all.
Being short is a disadvantage to a volleyball player.
There is one quality that Mrs. Johnson possesses that works both to her advantage and to her disadvantage. / It puts the normal citizen at a great disadvantage. / These principles can put us at a disadvantage. / That's my advantage, and disadvantage.
What do you think are the disadvantages of living in a city?
Unfortunately, you'll be at a disadvantage if you can't drive.
I can't see any disadvantages in the plan.
Living in a cold country is a disadvantage when it comes to eating salads.
That new method is very good but it has some disadvantages too.
There are many disadvantages of traditional ways of learning.
One disadvantage of living in the country is the lack of public transport.
Angielskie słowo "wada" (disadvantage) występuje w zestawach:25 VIII: 3xE: Excellent English Extent!Fiszki z książki - "The Hand" (Gerald Allan Sohl)matura success intermidiate, unit 6 , wordsNew Matura Success Intermediate Unit 6The Changing World; Lesson 10
To be perfect she lacked just one defect.
We need to find this defect.
He has a defect in his character.
There are a few minor design defects.
Carelessness was looked on as a serious defect.
There must be a defect in the experimental method.
What defect can you find in the present system of education?
It really is a nice theory. The only defect I think it has is probably common to all philosophical theories. It's wrong.
If it were not for this defect, I should hire him at once.
An inner defect never fails to express itself outwardly.
For nothing is so beautiful but that it betrays some defect on close inspection.
Incomplete data is the most common BoM defect.
A flaw in a component or system that can cause the component or system to fail to perform its required function, e.g. an incorrect statement or data definition. A defect, if encountered during execution, may cause a failure of or system.
Deal with this defect as soon as possible.
He works fast and is very articulate but his insincerity is his biggest defect.
Angielskie słowo "wada" (defect) występuje w zestawach:Obsługa klienta - słówka angielskieFiszki z książki - "The Hero" (Elaine Wilber)Fiszki z książki - "The Lonely Ones" (Edward W. Lu...Management and cultural diversitFiszki z książki - "Lincoln Letters" (Abraham Linc...
There's a flaw in your reasoning.
I know I am handsome, but I have one major flaw: my ears are too big.
I can't find a single flaw in her theory.
My technique is without flaw.
The flaws are the faults in your character or appearance.
I returned the material because it had a flaw in it.
We all have our flaws. In his case it's the fact that he doesn't know when to stop talking.
The computer game was flawed by poor programming.
We have a flaw here, which needs to be removed
The mark of a great hero his flaw.
This plan has a lot of flaws we need to work out
This report is full of flaws.
I do love him, but he has a few flaws. The plan was good enough, but had two major flaws.
"plates with flaws in them were sold at the outlet store"
Angielskie słowo "wada" (flaw) występuje w zestawach:English Unlimited C1 Advanced Coursebook - Unit 2CZŁOWIEK, body, clothes, personalityJęzyk angielski - Hotelarstwo 8.11.2011r.Personality słownictwo angielski cz2UNIT 1 personality + feelings
The downside of the plan is the cost.
downside disadvantage; bad point
The surprising downsides of being drop dead gorgeous
The downside of living in a city is all the pollution.
what is the downside of living in village?
The downside of Lily's new job was the low salary.
Us buying that apartment has absolutely no downside.
Digital mobile phones offer more security, but the downside is that they have less power.
The downside of living here, of course, is that it is expensive.
There is also a downside to being famous.
The downside, well, it's how thoroughly work gets mixed up with my private life.
Angielskie słowo "wada" (downside) występuje w zestawach:Module 2 Travel & ShoppingSłówka z angielskiegoUNIT 8 Educational systemkartkowka z angielskiegoUnit 5 Body talk
It's my fault that the cake was burned. I was talking on the phone and didn't notice the time.
A fault common to scientists is mistakenly believing that every problem has a technical solution.
Today young people find themselves, through no fault of their own, living in a world torn by international bitterness and the threat of nuclear destruction.
Shurrup! Don't make such a fuss over a little headache. I'm flat out of magical power - this is all your fault!
It mightn't have been my youngest brother's fault, but it wasn't mine either.
Even the most self-centered people are usually forgetful of this fault.
Just because a certain book does not interest readers does not mean that the fault lies in the book.
Any act whatever of a man, which causes damage to another, obliges the one by whose fault it occurred to compensate it.
It's your fault we got lost! You didn't want to take a map.
Many scientists say that global warming is our fault because we have caused it with pollution.
If the stoppage resulted from an employee’s fault, remuneration shall not be due.
Everything is my fault. a mistake, especially something for which you are to blame
Laughter is the only cure against vanity, and vanity is the only laughable fault.
It won't be your fault if your son does anything wrong: he is twenty-five now, isn't he?
Angielskie słowo "wada" (fault) występuje w zestawach:Kolokwium 1 - Język angielskiangielski matura rozszerzonaAngielski - opisywanie ludziPersonality IIunity 22,24,25
Data can be transmitted from the main computer to yours, and vice versa.
The vice president represented his country at the international conference.
Vice President Roosevelt hurried to Buffalo.
He can't distinguish vice from virtue.
Virtue and vice.
Before retiring from her company, Anna reached the level of vice president.
According to the vice president, the company has yet to receive a contract from a foreign company.
Looks, brains, reflexes, rich family and, for good measure, vice president of the student committee - in other words he's 'perfect'.
Religions, which condemn the pleasures of sense, drive men to seek the pleasures of power. Throughout history power has been the vice of the ascetic.
1. He went to jail for his vices. 2. My father always said that every vice has its excuse ready 3. The blouse I bought has a vice, I have to take it back to the store.4. You need to grab a piece of metal with a vice
with your mind in a vice, he twists and turns with terror
I need the remedy to kill my vice.
My father always said that every vice has its excuse ready
Angielskie słowo "wada" (vice) występuje w zestawach:siodma serka
He entered the university after failing the examination twice.
My memory is failing.
In 1880, the Irish boycotted a landowner, Captain C.C. Boycott, for failing to lower rents.
They blamed him for failing to improve the economy.
His failing the test is no laughing matter.
Tom is in danger of failing this class.
I have many failings, but being a liar is not one of them.
ETA says it acknowledges its responsibility in failing to solve the Basque "political conflict."
He wishes to resign on the grounds that his health is failing.
Failing the examination means waiting for another year.
The teacher gave him a failing grade for basing his report on discredited research.
The car failing to start, we went by bus.
A woman is capable of failing to notice the hundred things that you've done her, and to address only the one that you haven't.
If you're missing the forest for the trees then you're failing to see the big picture.
Angielskie słowo "wada" (failing) występuje w zestawach:Unit 6 Science NEW ENGLISH FILEMoja pierwsza lekcja5.02.2018- słówka
It is difficult to overcome this shortcoming without drastically changing the whole system.
You've got to realize your own shortcomings.
This would be a serious shortcoming if it were true to this extent.
Choosing to talk about someone's strengths, as opposed to their shortcomings, will make you more trustworthy and likable to the people you are conversing with.
Aunt Alexandra never missed a chance to point out the shortcomings of others.
I have my shortcomings, I'm well aware of that, but being rude is not one of them.
Whatever his shortcomings as a husband, he was a good father to his children.
the shortcomings in your plan are apparent and critical
Whatever his shortcomings as a husband, he was a good father to his children; Like any political system, it has its shortcomings; This ‘telephone’ has too many shortcomings to be seriously considered as a means of communication.
10. fly in the ointment