be wobbly

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be wobbly
An intransitive verb phrase is a phrase that combines a verb with a preposition or other particle and does not require a direct object (e.g. Everybody please stand up.).
intransitive verb phrase
1. (general)
a. estar tambaleante
The table was wobbly, so my mother put a coaster underneath one of the legs.La mesa estaba tambaleante, así que mi madre metió un portavasos bajo una de las patas.
b. ser poco firme
Don't climb up that ladder. It is wobbly, and I don't want you to fall.No te subas a esa escalera. Es poco firme, y no quiero que te caigas.
c. estar flojo
Mom, my tooth is wobbly!Mamá, ¡mi diente está flojo!
d. estar cojo
Can you fix the chair? The legs are wobbly.¿Puedes arreglar la silla? Las patas están cojas.
e. estar bamboleante
I don't feel safe in this canoe. It is wobbly.No me siento seguro en esta canoa. Está bamboleante.
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