Translation of dither in Spanish:
- 1.1 (become agitated)(American English)1.2 (be indecisive) I was dithering over whether to go or notponerse muy nerviosono sabía si ir o no irExample sentences
- While other sporting associations and organisations vacillated and dithered and dallied, the GAA got on with it.
- It's a very small-scale event, so please don't dither, dally or delay.
- Because hanging around while someone dithers over their order was getting between him and his carefully crafted lifestyle.
- [colloquial] (no plural) he's in a real dither about the concerttheir unexpected arrival threw her into a ditherestá (lo que se dice) neura con lo del concierto [colloquial]llegaron sin avisar y se puso muy nerviosaExample sentences
- After what seemed like an eternity of debate and dither, Winters finally smashed his kick high and to the left of Gallacher.
- The fresh wave of rhapsodic dither on the director's sociopolitical acuity was inevitable.
- Why all this dither about what's modern and what's not?
- It's the day of the murder-mystery fundraising event and Colleen's all in a dither.
- After Clark and I returned home from our oceanic bonding session, we walked in the door to find the whole house in a dither.
- With Hong Kong in a dither, Shanghai is quickly gaining prominence as the gateway to China.
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