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Yet the video footage shows a man slightly unsteady on his feet. Times, Sunday Times (2017)So far it seems that this means an unsteady consensus with little prospect of reform. Times, Sunday Times (2014)The women are slightly unsteady on their feet. Times, Sunday Times (2009)He looked a bit unsteady on his feet when he got on. The Sun (2007)They have voted for her despite her unsteady singing voice and a stilted stage performance. Times, Sunday Times (2008)When one feels unsteady or when it might make a shorter partner feel ill at ease. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Witnesses said he appeared unsteady on his feet. The Sun (2013)Women are offered a reliable escort home if they look unsteady on their feet. Times, Sunday Times (2006)The face was wan, the legs a little unsteady. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Soon, he began to feel unsteady on his feet. Times, Sunday Times (2007)So it was a surprise to see him a little unsteady after a big night out in London. The Sun (2008)I feel horribly unsteady on my feet. The Sun (2010)If your hand is unsteady, try applying the eyeliner in short strokes instead of drawing it all in one go. The Sun (2010)He was feeling dizzy, unsteady. Christianity Today (2000)If you go a bit off course or have an unsteady hand, simply use a concealer to erase any unsightly errors. The Sun (2010)I'm a bit unsteady on my feet up here on the moral high ground. The Sun (2008)She is pale, angry, a little unsteady on her feet. Times, Sunday Times (2009) Slightly unsteady on her feet, she still managed a few cheerful dance steps with Oviedo. Times, Sunday Times (2015)He seemed unsteady on his feet and shaken by the sudden presence of two burly police commandos, who kept a sweaty grip around his body. Times, Sunday Times (2007) Looked unsteady and uncertain at times and did not do his World Cup chances much good. The Sun (2014)You can look a little unsteady on TV when you're agonising over problem gardens. Times, Sunday Times (2006)
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Inglês Britânico: unsteady /ʌnˈstɛdɪ/ ADJECTIVE
If you are unsteady, you have difficulty doing something because you cannot completely control your body.
The old man was unsteady on his feet and his left hand shook.
- Inglês Americano: unsteady
- Árabe: مُتَقَلِّب
- Português Brasileiro: inseguro
- Chinês: 不安定的
- Croata: nestabilan
- Tcheco: vratký
- Dinamarquês: vaklende
- Holandês: onstandvastig
- Espanhol Europeu: vacilante
- Finlandês: epävakaa
- Francês: chancelant
- Alemão: wackelig
- Grego: ασταθής
- Italiano: malfermo
- Japonês: 不安定な
- Coreano: 불안정한
- Norueguês: ustø
- Polonês: niestały
- Português Europeu: inseguro
- Romeno: nesigur
- Russo: неустойчивый
- Espanhol: vacilante
- Sueco: ostadig
- Tailandês: ไม่มั่นคง
- Turco: sallanan
- Ucraniano: нестійкий
- Vietnamita: không vững chắc
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