简明英汉词典

totter
[5tCtE]
vi.
蹒跚, 踉跄, 动摇, 摇摇欲坠
n.
蹒跚的步子

美国传统词典[双解]

totter
tot.ter
AHD:[t?t“…r]
D.J.[6t%t*]
K.K.[6t$t+]
v.intr.(不及物动词)
tot.teredtot.ter.ingtot.ters

(1)

To sway as if about to fall.
摇摇欲坠:好象要倒下一般摇动

(2)

To appear about to collapse:
动摇:看上去要崩溃:
an empire that had begun to totter.
已经开始动摇的帝国

(3)

To walk unsteadily or feebly; stagger.
蹒跚,踉跄:不稳定地或无力地走;摇晃

语源

(1)

Middle English toteren
中古英语 toteren

(2)

[perhaps of Scandinavian origin]
[可能源于斯堪的纳维亚语]

继承用法

totter
n.(名词)

totterer
n.(名词)

tottery
adj.(形容词)

现代英汉词典

totter
[5tRtE(r)]
vi.
蹒跚;踉跄;以不稳的步伐行进;摇摇欲坠

词性变化

totter
n.
蹒跚;踉跄

现代英汉综合大辞典

totter
[5tCtE]
vi.
蹒跚; 踉跄; 摇摇欲坠
a tottering government
动摇不稳的政府

词性变化

totter
[5tCtE]
n.
蹒跚; 摇摆, 动摇

继承用法

totterer
n.
蹒跚行走的人

tottering
[`tCtErIN]
n.

totteringly
adv.

tottery
[`tCtErI]
adj.

美国传统词典

totter
tot.ter
AHD:[t?t“…r]
D.J.[6t%t*]
K.K.[6t$t+]
v.intr.
tot.tered, tot.ter.ing, tot.ters

(1)

To sway as if about to fall.

(2)

To appear about to collapse:
an empire that had begun to totter.

(3)

To walk unsteadily or feebly; stagger.

语源

(1)

Middle English toteren

(2)

[perhaps of Scandinavian origin]

继承用法

totter
n.

totterer
n.

tottery
adj.

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