There are 2 translations of totter in Spanish:

totter1

Pronunciation: /ˈtɑːtər; ˈtɒtə(r)/

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  • [person/object/government] tambalearse the old man tottered over to us el viejo se nos acercó tambaleándose the regime is tottering on the brink of collapse el régimen está a punto de caer
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    • With enough blood collected a young warrior caked the wound with fresh dung and the animal was released to totter away on unsteady legs but otherwise unharmed.
    • Behind them another three girls, only slightly older, are tottering unsteadily to and from the bar in high-heels, serving beers to the largely local clientele.
    • After a while the passenger door opened, and an elderly lady tottered out.
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    • The building was tottering on the brink of falling in on itself.
    • Spectators trained digital cameras and cellphone cameras on the structure and waited as huge cracks appeared and the building tottered.
    • It resembled a rectangular crown, a small tottering tower of points and bars rising from the camel's back.
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    • The fragile banking industry is tottering, and the enormous level of foreign investment China has enjoyed over the past decade is under threat.
    • These books examine notions of government and justice in post-colonial times and throw some light on why some Pacific nations seemingly totter from one crisis to another.
    • ‘The pressing concern of the moment is how to prevent Lebanon from tottering over the brink of the abyss,’ said the English-language Daily Star.

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There are 2 translations of totter in Spanish:

totter2

n

  • (BrE) ropavejero, -ra (m,f), trapero, -ra (m,f), botellero, -ra (m,f) (CS)

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Word of the day cerviz
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nape of the neck …