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fickle

adjective   /ˈfɪk.l̩/
disapproving likely to change your opinion or your feelings suddenly and without a good reason inconstante, veleidoso She’s so fickle – she’s never been interested in the same man for more than a week! The world of popular music is notoriously fickle.2122
Fickle conditions are likely to change suddenly and without warning. voluble Fickle winds made sailing conditions difficult.1521
fickleness noun [no plural]   /-nəs/
(Definition of fickle from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

fickle

adjective /ˈfikl/
always changing (one’s mind, likes and dislikes etc) inconstante, voluble Football fans can be notoriously fickle about their teams’ performances.
fickleness noun
inconstancia, volubilidad the fickleness of youth.
(Definition of fickle from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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