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Translation of "falter" - English-Spanish dictionary

falter

verb   /ˈfɒl.tər/
to lose strength or purpose and stop, or almost stop fallar, flaquear The dinner party conversation faltered for a moment. Her friends never faltered in their belief in her. Nickie’s voice faltered and he stopped speaking.15601920
to move awkwardly as if you might fall tambalearse The nurse saw him falter and made him lean on her.1609
faltering adjective   /-ɪŋ/ falteringly adverb   /-ɪŋ.li/
(Definition of falter from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

falter

verb /ˈfoːltə/
to stumble or hesitate vacilar She walked without faltering.
to speak with hesitation titubear Her voice faltered.
faltering adjective
vacilante It is hard for me to say in a few faltering words how I feel.
falteringly adverb
vacilantemente
(Definition of falter from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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