Translation of unsteady in Spanish:

unsteady

inestable, adj.

Pronunciation /ˌənˈstɛdi/ /ʌnˈstɛdi/

Definition of inestable in Spanish

adjective

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    (chair/ladder) inestable
    (chair/ladder) poco firme
    (walk/step) vacilante
    (walk/step) inseguro
    (hand) tembloroso
    (voice) tembloroso
    (voice) entrecortado
    he was unsteady on his feet / legs caminaba con paso vacilante / inseguro
    • she felt unsteady after her first drink se sintió mareada después de la primera copa
    • As Charles lets what feels like half of Glasgow into the dressing room, an unsteady young fan falls at Turner's feet.
    • As he went to the scaffold, he was so injured and unsteady that he fell from the ladder he was climbing towards the rope and broke his neck.
    • The social sciences occupied an unsteady position somewhere in between.
    • Ellianne saw that his usually graceful movements were unsteady and shaking.
    • I felt the rope shake beneath my unsteady fingers and then I felt the burn as my hands slipped down the cord.
    • He looked a little pale and unsteady, his hands shaking as he sat back down again.
    • If you had to get up in the middle of the night you might be unsteady and fall.
    • The rusty chandelier swayed above them in their cabin as the sea's waves shook the seemingly unsteady ship.
    • The fall had sobered Hector but he was still unsteady on his feet.
    • He appeared drunk and unsteady and after a positive roadside breath test was taken to the police station.
    • I was unsteady on my feet as I made my way towards the ragged red couch.
    • As he accompanied her back to her cruiser, he appeared to be unsteady on his feet and was leaning slightly to the left and had difficulty walking.
    • He watched as she scrambled to her feet, unsteady for a moment, and ran.
    • Robert took the other man's outstretched hand and stood on unsteady feet.
    • The woman had also begun climbing but seemed unsteady on her feet.
    • Rob was standing now, looking slightly unsteady on his feet but otherwise unharmed.
    • With a firm hold on the bed post, Emma hoisted herself up onto her unsteady feet.
    • Some medicines for diabetes and heart conditions can also make you unsteady on your feet.
    • The officer asked the appellant to get out of the vehicle, and noticed he was unsteady on his feet after getting out.
    • I sat up slowly, my arms shaking as I pushed myself out of bed on to my unsteady feet.
    • A few people may suffer intermittent symptoms or feel a little unsteady for a few days after the trip, especially after travelling by boat.