English → English - totter

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v. stagger, wobble, tremble, sway

English → Spanish - totter

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v. tambalearse, bambolearse, cojear, titubear; ser titubeante

English → French - totter

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v. chanceler, tituber, trembler

English → German - totter

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v. torkeln, wankeln, taumeln

English → Indonesian - totter

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n. perjalanan terhuyung-huyung, kegoyangan
v. berjalan dgn terhuyung-huyung, berjalan dgn tersandung, sempoyongan, bergoyang, inggang-inggung

English → Italian - totter

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v. barcollare, vacillare, traballare

English → Polish - totter

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n. chwiejny krok
v. kiwać się, chwiać się, chwiejny: chodzić na chwiejnych nogach, kiwnąć się

English → Portuguese - totter

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v. cambalear

English → Romanian - totter

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v. clătina, împletici, merge şovăitor, clătina: se clătina

English → Russian - totter

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г. идти неверной походкой, заплетаться, ковылять, трястись, шататься, угрожать падением, разрушаться, гибнуть

English → Turkish - totter

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f. sendelemek, yalpalamak, sendeleyerek gitmek

English → Ukrainian - totter

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n. хиткий: хитка хода, хитання
v. хиткий: іти хиткою ходою, трястися, гинути

English → Dutch - totter

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ww. waggelen, wankelen

English → Greek - totter

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ρήμ. κλονούμαι, ασταθώ, παραπαίω, τρικλίζω

English → Arabic - totter

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‏ترنح‏
‏ترنح، تمايل، تداعى‏

English → Chinese - totter

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(动) 蹒跚, 动摇, 踉跄

English → Chinese - totter

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(動) 蹣跚, 動搖, 踉蹌

English → Hindi - totter

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v. डगमगाना, डगमगाते हुए चलना, लड़खड़ाते हुए चलना, लंगड़ाते हुए चलना, कंपना

English → Japanese - totter

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(動) よろよろ歩く; よろめく; ぐらつく; 崩壊しそうになる

English → Korean - totter

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동. 비틀거리다, 흔들거리다

English → Vietnamese - totter

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n. bước đi ngã xiên
v. lung lay, đi ngã xiên vẹo

Definition of totter

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Noun
1. An unsteady movement or gait
Verb
3. To walk, move or stand unsteadily or falteringly; threatening to fall.
The baby tottered from the table to the chair.
The old man tottered out of the pub into the street.
The car tottered on the edge of the cliff.
4. To collect junk or scrap.
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Verb Forms

Present participle: tottering
Present: totter (3.person: totters)
Past: tottered
Future: will totter
Present conditional: would totter
Present Perfect: have tottered (3.person: has tottered)
Past Perfect: had tottered
Future Perfect: will have tottered
Past conditional: would have tottered
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