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Spanish translation of “unstable”

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unstable

adjective /anˈsteibəl/
(of a relationship, system, or relationship) likely to change suddenly and become worse
inestable
The couple have a very unstable relationship The unstable political situation in the country could easily descend into chaos.
(of a person) likely to become angry or upset often and suddenly
inestable, variable
She is mentally unstable.
likely to fall or move
canviante
That old bookcase looks rather unstable.
(Definition of unstable from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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