weakest link


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weakest link

n
the weakest link Brit the person who is making the least contribution to the collective achievement of a group
[C20: from a British television quiz of the same name]
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Last year, the dad-of-one who currently travels across the UK to offer his services, was kicked out in the first round after appearing on the Weakest Link.
Anne Robinson asked a Weakest Link contender to complete the question: "A pain in the lower legs often suffered by sportsmen is known as shin.
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Under the plans, Question Time and Newsnight Review will be based in Glasgow from 2010 with The Weakest Link coming north two years later.
The former Rover worker was rejected by Sir Alan Sugar and was the first to be voted off The Weakest Link two years ago.