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wobble

US [ˈwɒb(ə)l]
UK [ˈwɒb(ə)l]
  • n.摇晃;(失去信心带来的)犹豫;犹豫不决;信心动摇
  • v.摇晃;失去信心;(声音)颤抖;信心动摇
  • Web摆动;摇摆;摆动性
Simple Present:wobbles  Present Participle:wobbling  Past Participle:wobbled  
wobble
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v.
1.
[i][t]
(使)摇摆,摇晃to move from side to side in an unsteady way; to make sth do this
This chair wobbles.
这把椅子不稳。
Her voice wobbled with emotion.
她激动得声音发颤。
Don't wobble the table─I'm trying to write.
别摇桌子,我在写字呢。
2.
[i]
+ adv./prep.
一摇一摆地走to go in a particular direction while moving from side to side in an unsteady way
He wobbled off on his bike.
他摇摇晃晃地骑着自行车走了。
3.
[i]
犹豫不决;信心动摇to hesitate or lose confidence about doing sth
Yesterday the president showed the first signs of wobbling over the issue.
昨天总统第一次在这个问题上表现得有些摇摆不定。
n.
1.
[ususing]
松动;摇晃a slight unsteady movement from side to side
The handlebars developed a wobble.
这车把松动摇晃了。
2.
犹豫不决;信心动摇a moment when you hesitate or lose confidence about sth
The team is experiencing a mid-season wobble.
这支队正处于赛季中期的不稳定状态。

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