Bedeutung von “wobble” im Essential American English Dictionary


verb us /ˈwɑb·əl/ present participle wobbling, past tense and past participle wobbled

If something wobbles, it moves from side to side, often because it is not on a flat surface:

The ladder started to wobble.
wobbly adjective comparative wobblier, superlative wobbliest

likely to wobble:

a wobbly chair

(Definition von “wobble” aus dem Webster's Essential Mini Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)