shaky translation | English-Spanish dictionary

Search also in: Web News Encyclopedia Images Context
Collins

shaky

  
   adj     ( shakier    compar)   ( shakiest    superl  )
1    (=trembling)  
[person, legs]  
tembloroso
2    (=wobbly)   inestable, poco firme
3    (=weak)  
[person]  
débil
4      (fig)   (=uncertain)  
[health, memory]  
frágil, precario  
[finances]  
precario  
[knowledge]  
deficiente, flojo  
my Spanish is rather shaky      mi español es bastante flojo  
Translation English - Spanish Collins Dictionary  
See also:

shakily, shake, shako, shack

my Spanish is rather shaky exp.
mi español es bastante flojo

Entry related to:shaky

Additional comments:

To ensure the quality of comments, you need to be connected. It’s easy and only takes a few seconds
Or Sign up/login to Reverso account

'shaky' found in translations in Spanish-English dictionary
exp.
shaky
(MODISMOS)
exp.
in a tremulous {o} shaky voice
To add entries to your own vocabulary, become a member of Reverso community or login if you are already a member. It's easy and only takes a few seconds:
Or sign up in the traditional way
"shaky": examples and translations in context
The idea of historical progress stands on shaky ground. La idea del progreso histórico está parada en la tierra inestable.
And yet, our economy remains on very shaky ground. Y todavía nuestra economía se mantiene en un terreno muy inestable.
LT said he got shaky or something. El teniente dijo que se puso tembloroso o algo.
Of course I remember that shaky car. Claro que recuerdo a ese auto tembloroso.
Cristina was feeling better, but far too shaky and needed more rest. Cristina se sentía mejor, pero aún estaba débil y necesitaba más descanso.
In 45 minutes, a shaky production of "Ten Little Indians" starts. En 45 minutos una débil producción de 10 pequeños indios comienza.
See how “shaky” is translated from English to Spanish with more examples in context

Advertising
Advertising