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falter

verb [I]
 
 
/ˈfɔːltər/
STOP BEING SUCCESSFUL to stop being confident, powerful, or successful
gücünü kaybetmek, başarılı olamamak, bocalamak
In the late 1980s his career began to falter.Becoming and making less strongFailing and doing badly
MAKE MISTAKES to pause, make mistakes, or seem weak when you are talking or moving
tereddüt etmek, duraksamak, hata yapmak, kekelemek, kem küm etmek
Her voice didn't falter once during the ceremony. a few faltering steps HesitatingUncertaintyWeakness and vulnerability
(Definition of falter from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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