Hindi translation of 'shaky'
shaky /ˈʃeɪki ˈशेइकी/
Word forms: shakier, shakiest
If your body or your voice is shaky, you cannot control it properly and it trembles, for example because you are ill or nervous.
Even minor operations can leave you feeling a bit shaky.
'I'm okay,' she said shakily.
If you describe a situation as shaky, you mean that it is weak or unstable, and seems likely to end soon.
The Prime Minister's political position became increasingly shaky.
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Example Sentences Including 'shaky'
To be doing something she began to sidle towards Deirdre - the slow, shaky steps that were the limit of her capability.Death of a Nymph
The floor was strewn with beaten down straw where many footsteps had trod and Tweed / led the way up a shaky wooden staircase.Cover Story
The shaky truce brought about in Testra was in danger of falling apart.TREASON KEEP (2001)
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'shaky' in Other Languages
- Arabic: مُتَقَلْقِل
- Brazilian Portuguese: trêmulo trêmula
- Chinese: 虚弱的
- Croatian: drhtav drhtava
- Czech: roztřesený hlas apod.
- Danish: usikker
- Dutch: beverig
- European Spanish: tembloroso temblorosa
- Finnish: hutera
- French: tremblant
- German: wackelig
- Greek: τρεμουλιαστός τρεμουλιαστή
- Italian: vacillante
- Japanese: よろよろする
- Korean: 떨리는
- Norwegian: oppskaket
- Polish: drżący drżąca
- Portuguese: trémulo trémula
- Romanian: tremurător tremurător, tremurătoare, tremurători, tremurătoare
- Russian: трясущийся трясущаяся
- Spanish: tembloroso temblorosa
- Swedish: skakig skakigt
- Thai: สั่นคลอน
- Turkish: bitkin
- Ukrainian: тремтячий
- Vietnamese: run rẩy
Translation of shaky from the Collins English to Hindi Dictionary