- v.摇摆，摇晃，动摇( waver的现在分词 ); 翻翻覆覆; 翻复无常; 十步九回头
The Russians were visibly wavering.
She draws another wavering breath.
He tried to stiffen his wavering soldiers.
When he came out of the saloon he stood wavering in the street, directing traffic.
But Shang Chung - li saw that Tu Chu - chai was still wavering slightly.
尚仲礼却看出 杜竹斋 还有点犹豫.
My sunny disposition wavering as the Copenhagen summit on climate change approaches.
Wavering from this method will eventually result in disaster.
His hand was wavering and he could not hold the glass.
Some people, having vacillated a few times, gain experience and stop wavering.
The couple are wavering over the purchase of a car.
While we were wavering, somebody else bought the house.
The torches guttered in the breeze, casting wavering shadows upon the battlements.
A wavering line along the path.
He is wavering between accepting and refusing.
I was wavering -- wavering.
我拿不定主意了 —— 真的拿不定主意了.
1. indecision in speech or action
2. the quality of being unsteady and subject to fluctuations;
"he kept a record of price fluctuations"
1. uncertain in purpose or action