inconstante

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An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
adjective
1. (variable)
a. inconstant
La frecuencia de los trenes es tan inconstante que nunca se sabe a qué hora pasarán.The frequency of trains is so inconstant that you never know at what time they'll pass.
b. changeable
El tiempo en Islandia es muy inconstante. Puede hacer sol y de repente ponerse a granizar.Weather in Iceland is very changeable. It can be sunny and suddenly start hailing.
2. (capricious)
a. fickle
Muchos adolescentes son tan inconstantes que cambian de opinión en dos días.Many teenagers are so fickle that they change their minds in two days.
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inconstante
An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
adjective
1. (en el trabajo)
a.
es muy inconstantehe never sticks at anything
2. (de opinión, ideas)
a. changeable, fickle
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inconstante
adjective
1 [+equipo, sistema] inconstant
2 [+tiempo] changeable
3 [+persona] (veleidoso) fickle; (poco firme) unsteady
un amigo inconstante a fairweather friend
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