English → English - wobble

Pronunciation
n. tottering or swaying motion; shaking, quaking, quivering; wavering, hesitation
v. move from side to side; sway; tremble, vibrate; be indecisive

English → Spanish - wobble

Pronunciation
s. bamboleo, tambaleo
v. bambolearse, cabecear, tambalear, tambalearse, trastabillar

English → French - wobble

Pronunciation
n. tremblé; branlé; oscillation; palpitation
v. se remuer du coté à coté; se balancer, vaciller; trembler, vibrer; hésiter, mettre en doute

English → German - wobble

Pronunciation
n. Schwabbeln; Schwankung; Eiern (Rad); Flattern
v. schwanken; wackeln; flattern; schwabbeln; bezweifeln; zögern; hin u. her wanken, eiern

English → Indonesian - wobble

Pronunciation
n. goyangan, goyahan, keraguan, keragu-raguan
v. terhuyung-huyung, bertatih-tatih, bimbang, ragu-ragu, menggigil

English → Italian - wobble

Pronunciation
s. ondeggiamento, traballamento, oscillazione, barcollamento; tremolio, vibrazione; (Aut) sfarfallamento
v. traballare, vacillare, barcollare; tremare, tremolare; (fig) esitare, tentennare, titubare, essere incerto; (Mecc, Aut) sfarfallare

English → Polish - wobble

Pronunciation
n. chwiejny krok, drganie, chybotanie, niezdecydowanie
v. chwiać się, trząść się, drgać

English → Portuguese - wobble

Pronunciation
s. balanceamento; movimentar-se de um lado para o outro; tremor, estremecimento; hesitação, vacilação
v. balançar-se; tremer; hesitar; vacilar; vibrar; balançar de um lado para o outro

English → Romanian - wobble

Pronunciation
n. clătinare, ezitare {fig.}, schimbare a direcţiei, zigzag
v. clătina, ezita, merge în zigzag, clătina: se clătina, tremura

English → Russian - wobble

Pronunciation
с. качание, колебание, виляние
г. качаться из стороны в сторону, идти шатаясь, колебаться, дрожать, вилять

English → Turkish - wobble

Pronunciation
f. sendelemek, sallanmak, bocalamak, tereddüd etmek, titremek, yalpalamak
i. sendeleme, sallanma, bocalama, tereddüd, yalpalama

English → Ukrainian - wobble

Pronunciation
n. хитання, гойдання, коливання
v. хитатися, коливатися, розгойдувати, дрижати

English → Dutch - wobble

Pronunciation
zn. waggelen, wiebelen; schommelen; weifelen
ww. waggelen, beven; wiebelen

English → Greek - wobble

Pronunciation
ρήμ. κουνιέμαι, σείομαι, ταλαντεύομαι

English → Arabic - wobble

Pronunciation
‏تمايل، تهاد، إرتعاش‏
‏تذبذب، إرتعش، تمايل، تهادى، تردد‏

English → Chinese - wobble

Pronunciation
(名) 摆动, 不稳定, 动摇
(动) 摇晃, 游移不定, 动摇; 使摇摆, 使颤动

English → Chinese - wobble

Pronunciation
(名) 擺動, 不穩定, 動搖
(動) 搖晃, 遊移不定, 動搖; 使搖擺, 使顫動

English → Japanese - wobble

Pronunciation
(動) ぐらぐらする; よろめく; 震える; ぐらつく
(名) ぐらつき; 動揺; 震え

English → Korean - wobble

Pronunciation
명. 비틀거림; 흔들림, 동요; 주저함
동. 비틀거리다; 흔들흔들하다; 떨리다, 동요하다; 머뭇거리다

English → Vietnamese - wobble

Pronunciation
n. sự đu đưa, sự lúc lắc, sự lung lay
v. rung rinh, lung lay

Definition of wobble

Pronunciation
Noun
1. An unsteady motion.
The fat man walked down the street with a wobble.
2. A tremulous sound.
There was a wobble on her high notes.
3. A low-frequency oscillation sometimes used in dubstep
Verb
4. To move with an uneven or rocking motion, or unsteadily to and fro.
The Earth wobbles slowly on its axis;  the jelly wobbled on the plate
5. To tremble or quaver.
The soprano's voice wobbled alarmingly.
6. To vacillate in one's opinions.
I'm wobbling between the Liberals and the Greens.
7. To cause to wobble.
The boy wobbled the girl's bike.
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Verb Forms

Present participle: wobbling
Present: wobble (3.person: wobbles)
Past: wobbled
Future: will wobble
Present conditional: would wobble
Present Perfect: have wobbled (3.person: has wobbled)
Past Perfect: had wobbled
Future Perfect: will have wobbled
Past conditional: would have wobbled
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