English translation of 'chancelant'
Example Sentences Including 'chancelant'
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HORIZONS - ANALYSES Zimbabwe : le pouvoir chancelant de Robert MugabeLe Monde (2000)
Il s'amène en chancelant sur sa canne et il se plante devant moi.L'ombre d'un roi
Il serait question que tous deux interviennent en Allemagne dans l'empire chancelant de Leo Kirch.Le Monde (2002)
Quinze joueurs décriés, au moral supposé chancelant, ont dévasté les certitudes de l'ogre néo-zélandais.Le Monde (1999)
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'chancelant' in Other Languages
British English: 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.
- American English: unsteady
- Arabic: مُتَقَلِّب
- Brazilian Portuguese: inseguro
- Chinese: 不安定的
- Croatian: nestabilan
- Czech: vratký
- Danish: vaklende
- Dutch: onstandvastig
- European Spanish: vacilante
- Finnish: epävakaa
- French: chancelant
- German: wackelig
- Greek: ασταθής
- Italian: malfermo
- Japanese: 不安定な
- Korean: 불안정한
- Norwegian: ustø
- Polish: niestały
- European Portuguese: inseguro
- Romanian: nesigur
- Russian: неустойчивый
- Spanish: vacilante
- Swedish: ostadig
- Thai: ไม่มั่นคง
- Turkish: sallanan
- Ukrainian: нестійкий
- Vietnamese: không vững chắc
Translation of chancelant from the Collins French to English
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