Hindi translation of 'unstable'
unstable /ˌʌnˈsteɪbəl ˌअनˈस्टेइबल्/
You can describe something as unstable if it is likely to change suddenly, especially if this creates difficulty.
The situation is unstable and dangerous.
an unstable situation/government/regime/region/country
SIMILAR WORDSfragile, volatile, unsettled
Unstable objects are likely to move or fall.
...an unstable cliff with deep cracks in it.
If people are unstable, their emotions and behaviour keep changing because their minds are disturbed.
चंचल चित्त वाला[वाली]
अस्थिर चित्त वाला[वाली]
Noun formThe noun form of unstable is instability.
He was emotionally unstable.
postwar economic and political instability
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Example Sentences Including 'unstable'
The ground beneath his feet grew unstable , wavered like water.Dreams of Innocence
`Did he ever give any indication of being unstable , Sir Raymond?A Song at Twilight
The look in his bloodshot eyes gave credence to the claim; there was something she hadn't seen there before; something unstable.GALILEE (2001)
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'unstable' in Other Languages
- Arabic: غَيْرُ مُسْتَقِرّ
- Brazilian Portuguese: instável
- Chinese: 不稳定的
- Croatian: nestabilan nestabilna
- Czech: nestabilní
- Danish: ustabil
- Dutch: onstabiel
- European Spanish: inestable
- Finnish: horjuva
- French: instable
- German: instabil
- Greek: ανισόρροπος ανισόρροπη
- Italian: instabile
- Japanese: 不安定な
- Korean: 불안정한
- Norwegian: ustabil
- Polish: chwiejny chwiejna
- Portuguese: instável
- Romanian: instabil instabilă, instabili, instabile
- Russian: нестабильный нестабильная
- Spanish: inestable
- Swedish: instabil instabilt
- Thai: ไม่มั่นคง
- Turkish: dengesiz
- Ukrainian: нестабільний
- Vietnamese: không ổn định
Translation of unstable from the Collins English to Hindi Dictionary