Translation of vacillate in Spanish:

vacillate

Pronunciation: /ˈvæsəleɪt/

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  • (hesitate) vacilar; (sway) oscilar he vacillated between optimism and despair oscilaba entre el optimismo y la desesperación
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    • Since the time of his death informed opinion has vacillated between near universal confidence in his guilt and passionate attempts to exonerate him.
    • However, years of indecisiveness have left the company vacillating between a differentiation strategy and that of being a cost leader.
    • Ask her for an opinion, and she'll give it to you without any hesitation or attempts to vacillate.

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