Translation of unstable in Spanish:
- 1.1 (unsteady) [structure/foundation] inestable, poco firme or sólidoExample sentences1.2 (not secure) [government] inestable; [relationship/home] inestable, poco estable economically unstable sin estabilidad económica 1.3 (changeable) [prices] variable; [weather] inestable; [pulse] irregular; [person/personality] inestable
Example sentences1.4 [Chemistry/Química] [Physics/Física] [compound/atom] inestable
- The choice of operation depends on how large the protrusion is, how many nerves are involved and how stable or unstable the spine is.
- Calm funded the project to avoid safety worries over unstable cliff faces and walking trails.
- Unfortunately, there are not enough of the biggest bricks which means that the cross section of the tower is only one lego element wide at the top and very unstable.
- So I didn't want to open the door to the mental hospital, but I was forced to because of her unstable state.
- The diagnosis is that of an emotionally unstable borderline personality disorder.
- The ruling affected the treatment of mentally unstable prisoners during trials.
- However, you could be forgiven for thinking that the future for competitive operators looks highly uncertain and unstable.
- Throughout the 1990s, politics were extremely unstable, with frequent changes of government.
- It is a very unstable region, where changes can occur brutally.
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