English translation of 'cambalear'
to stagger, reel
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'cambalear' in Other Languages
British English: stagger /ˈstæɡə/ VERB
If you stagger, you walk very unsteadily, for example because you are ill or drunk.
She staggered back to the hospital.
- American English: stagger
- Arabic: يَتَهَادَى
- Brazilian Portuguese: cambalear
- Chinese: 蹒跚
- Croatian: teturati
- Czech: potácet se
- Danish: vakle
- Dutch: wankelen
- European Spanish: tambalearse
- Finnish: kävellä horjuen
- French: tituber
- German: taumeln
- Greek: τρικλίζω
- Italian: barcollare
- Japanese: よろめく
- Korean: 비틀거리다
- Norwegian: vingle
- Polish: zatoczyć się
- European Portuguese: cambalear
- Romanian: a se bălăbăni
- Russian: идти шатаясь
- Spanish: tambalearse
- Swedish: raggla
- Thai: เดินเซ
- Turkish: sendelemek
- Ukrainian: іти хитаючись
- Vietnamese: đi loạng choạng
British English: reel VERB
If someone reels, they move about in an unsteady way as if they are going to fall.
He was reeling a little. He must be very dizzy.
British English: totter VERB
If someone totters somewhere, they walk there in an unsteady way.
His mother-in-law was tottering down the steps in the rain.
Translation of cambalear from the Collins Portuguese to English Dictionary
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