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Translation of "oscillate" - English-Spanish dictionary

oscillate

verb   /ˈɒs.ɪ.leɪt/
to move repeatedly from one position to another oscilar The needle on the dial oscillated between full and empty.1633
formal If you oscillate between feelings or opinions, you change repeatedly from one to the other. fluctuar My emotions oscillate between desperation and hope.1112
oscillation noun   /ˌɒs.ɪˈleɪ.ʃən/ formal or specialized
(Definition of oscillate from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

oscillate

verb /ˈosəˌleit/
(formal) to frequently change from one extreme amount or limit to another oscilar January price levels oscillated between stability and decline.
(formal) to frequently change from one feeling or attitude to another oscilar Her mood oscillated between hope and despair.
(physics) to continuously move side to side around a central point oscilar, oscilando The helium level gauge was oscillating wildly between 88 and 28 percent.
(physics) (of an electric current) to change direction very frequently at regular intervals. oscilar, balancearse
oscillation noun
oscilación wave oscillation.
(Definition of oscillate from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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