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English definition of “shaky”
/ˈʃeɪ·ki/ adj (WEAK)
› not firm or strong: It was a shaky marriage from the start. The building’s foundations are pretty shaky. › Shaky also means uncertain: The agreement is still shaky and hasn’t been approved yet. › Someone whose performance is shaky is not performing well: After a shaky start, the team started moving the ball and communicating.