HyperDic: inestable

Español > 7 sentidos de la palabra inestable:
ADJETIVOallinestablelacking stability or fixity / fixity or firmness
allinestable, irregularsubject to change or variation
allinestablenot settled or established
allinestable, variablesubject to change
allinestable, enfermosuffering from severe mental illness
allinestable, cambianteaffording change (especially in social status)
allinestablesubject to change
Español > inestable: 7 sentidos > adjetivo 1
Sentidolacking stability or fixity / fixity or firmness.
EspecíficocosísmicoWhere earthquake waves arrive simultaneously
explosivoliable to lead to sudden change or violence
seismico, sísmicosubject to or caused by an earthquake or earth vibration
tambaleante, temblorosoInclined to shake as from weakness or defect
tambaleante(of structures or institutions) having lost stability
temblorosoliable to rock
volcánicoexplosively unstable
Tambiénimpermanente, temporalnot permanent
inconstantelikely to change frequently often without apparent or cogent reason
inestable, irregularsubject to change or variation
Contrarioestableresistant to change of position or condition
Inglésunstable
Cataláninestable
NombresinestabilidadThe quality or attribute of being unstable and irresolute
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Sentidosubject to change or variation.
Sinónimoirregular
Específicoarrítmico, espasmódicoLacking a steady rhythm
convulsivo, espasmódico, espásticoaffected by involuntary jerky muscular contractions
fluctuanteHaving unpredictable ups and downs
movedizochanging position or direction
palpitanteHaving a slight and rapid trembling motion
parpadeanteshining unsteadily
tambaleante, temblorosounsteady in gait as from infirmity or old age
tembloroso, trémuloVibrating slightly and irregularly
titubeante, vacilanteunsteady in speech or action
trémulo(of sound) fluctuating unsteadily
trémulo(of the voice) quivering as from weakness or fear
Tambiénagitado, inquietoTroubled emotionally and usually deeply
desigual, desnivelado, desuniforme, irregularnot even or uniform as e.g. in shape or texture
inestablelacking stability or fixity / fixity or firmness
irregularcontrary to rule or accepted order or general practice
Contrarioconstante, regularnot subject to change or variation especially in behavior
Inglésunsteady
Nombresinestabilidad, inseguridadThe quality of being unsteady--varying and unpredictable
Adverbioscon paso vacilante, inciertamente, inestablemente, inseguramente, titubeantementeIn an unsteady manner
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Sentidonot settled or established.
EspecíficoapátridaWithout nationality or citizenship
errabundo, erranteHaving no fixed course
errante, itinerante, nómadaMigratory
itinerantetraveling from place to place to work
migratorio, temporeroHabitually moving from place to place especially in search of seasonal work
peripatéticoTraveling especially on foot
vagabundocontinually changing especially as from one abode or occupation to another
vagabundowandering aimlessly without ties to a place or community
Contrarioasentado, establecidoEstablished in a desired position or place
Inglésunsettled
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Sentidosubject to change.
Sinónimovariable
Generalvariableliable to or capable of change
Ingléschangeable, uncertain, unsettled
Cataláninestable, variable
Nombresinestabilidad, mutabilidad, variabilidadThe quality of being changeable
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SentidoSuffering from severe mental illness.
Sinónimoenfermo
GeneraldementeAfflicted with or characteristic of mental derangement
Inglésmentally ill, unsound, unstable
NombresinestabilidadThe quality or attribute of being unstable and irresolute
trastornonot mentally or physically healthy
Español > inestable: 7 sentidos > adjetivo 6
Sentidoaffording change (especially in social status).
Sinónimocambiante
GeneralvariableSuch that alteration is possible
Inglésfluid, mobile
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Sentidosubject to change; variable.
GeneralvariableSuch that alteration is possible
Inglésfluid, unstable
Cataláninestable

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