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Turkish translation of “wobble”

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wobble

verb [I, T]
 
 
/ˈwɒbl/
If something wobbles or you make something wobble, it moves from side to side, often because it is not on a flat surface.
sallanmak, yalpalamak, dingildemek
The ladder started to wobble. Stop wobbling the table.Shaking, swinging and vibrating
wobbly adjective likely to wobble
sallanan, yalpalayan, sallantılı
a wobbly chair Shaking, swinging and vibrating
Translations of “wobble”
in Korean 흔들거리다…
in Arabic يَتَرَجْرَج…
in French ballotter…
in Italian barcollare…
in Chinese (Traditional) 移動, (使)搖晃,(使)搖擺…
in Russian шатать(ся)…
in Polish chwiać (się), trząść (się)…
in Spanish moverse, tambalearse…
in Portuguese balançar…
in German wackeln…
in Catalan trontollar, ballar…
in Japanese ~がぐらぐらする…
in Chinese (Simplified) 移动, (使)摇晃,(使)摇摆…
(Definition of wobble from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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