Significado de “fickle” - Diccionario inglés

fickle en inglés británico

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fickleadjective

uk /ˈfɪk.əl/ us /ˈfɪk.əl/

disapproving likely to change your opinion or your feelings suddenly and without a good reason:

She's so fickle - she's never been interested in the same man for more than a week!
The world of popular music is notoriously fickle.

Fickle conditions are likely to change suddenly and without warning:

fickleness
noun [ U ] uk /ˈfɪk.əl.nəs/ us /ˈfɪk.əl.nəs/

(Definición de fickle de Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

fickle en inglés americano

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fickleadjective

us /ˈfɪk·əl/

likely to change your opinion or your feelings suddenly and without a good reason:

He criticized the fickle behavior of football fans who cheer you one week and boo you the next.

The weather is described as fickle if it tends to change suddenly:

fickleness
noun [ U ] us /ˈfɪk·əl·nəs/

(Definición de fickle de Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

fickle en inglés de negocios

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fickleadjective

uk /ˈfɪkl/ us

likely to change suddenly and without warning:

Do Americans know how to invest in fickle markets?
The art market is as fickle and hard to predict as any other.

likely to change your opinion or your feelings suddenly and without a good reason:

Brand loyalty is hard to get from the notoriously fickle internet community.
fickleness
noun [ U ]

Many e-businesses are complaining about the fickleness of investors.

(Definición de fickle de Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)