Translation of tambalearse in English:


v prontambalear vi
  • perdió el equilibrio, (se) tambaleó y cayó she lost her balance, staggered o tottered and fell caminaba tambaleándose por efecto del alcohol he was staggering o lurching drunkenly, he was swaying drunkenly as he walked el régimen empezó a tambalearse the regime began to totter la botella quedó tambaleándose or tambaleando al borde de la mesa the bottle teetered on the edge of the table todo empezó a tambalearse everything began to shake

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