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Meaning of “wobbly” in the English Dictionary

"wobbly" in British English

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wobblyadjective

uk   /ˈwɒb.l̩.i/  us   /ˈwɑː.bl̩-/
  • wobbly adjective (MOVING)

likely to ​wobble: a wobbly ​ladder/​table I've been in ​bed with ​flu and my ​legs still ​feel a little wobbly. The ​baby took a few wobbly ​steps towards me.
  • wobbly adjective (NOT CERTAIN)

UK informal uncertain what to do or ​changingrepeatedly between two ​opinions: Last ​week I ​feltsure I was doing the ​right thing but I've ​started to ​feel a ​bit wobbly about it.

wobblynoun

uk   /ˈwɒb.l̩.i/  us   /ˈwɑː.bl̩-/ UK informal
(Definition of wobbly from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “wobbly”
in Chinese (Simplified) 移动, 摇摇晃晃的…
in Chinese (Traditional) 移動, 搖搖晃晃的…
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