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shaky

adjective
 
 
/ˈʃeɪki/
MOVING making quick, short movements from side to side or up and down
tir tir titreyen, ayaklarının bağı çözülmüş
shaky handsShaking, swinging and vibrating
NOT STRONG not physically strong because you are nervous, old, or ill
zayıf, kötü, cılız, ayakta duracak hâli olmayan, güçsüz
I felt a bit shaky when I stood up.Weakness and vulnerability
LIKELY TO FAIL not working well and likely to fail
neredeyse başarısız, çok iyi olmayan, doğru dürüst çalışmayan, istikrarsız
They managed to win the game, despite a very shaky start.Failing and doing badlyUnsafe and insecure
(Definition of shaky from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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