蹒跚

—— Chinese to English translation

Google Translator

stumble
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Baidu Translator

A
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Bing Translator

Stumble
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Youdao Translator

staggered
Dictionary explanation
totter
stumble
stagger
limp
hobble
Web explanation
蹒跚 - stagger,limp,Stumble
蹒跚行走 - toddel,toddle
蹒跚病 - Blind stagger,stumbling disease,blind staggers disease
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QQ Translator

Stumble
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Yandex Translator

Toddler
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Babylon Translator

(Trad=蹣跚, Pinyin=pan2 shan1) stagger, stumble, totter, limp
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Bilingual sentences

  • 马普安蹒跚着,但没有倒下。
    Andy stumbles, but does not fall.
  • 他转过身来,蹒跚着走回到椅子边坐下。
    He turned and lumbered back to his chair
  • 亚当蹒跚而行,沿路留下毁坏的痕迹。
    Adam stumbles on, leaving a trail of devastation in his wake
  • 她迈着蹒跚的步子慢慢地走着。
    She walked slowly with tottering steps.
  • 小孩和老人走路蹒跚
    Small children and very old people totter as they walk.
  • 只要保持一颗向上的野心,你就不会蹒跚而行。
    As long as keep your ambition, you will not falter.
  • 他向门口走去,又回来拿手帕,他蹒蹒跚跚地走了出去。
    He made his way to the door; he came back for his handkerchief, he stumbled out.
  • 宝宝开始只是爬,后来第一次站起来蹒跚着走了几步。
    The baby began to crawl, then managed her first tottering steps.
  • 而是承认我一直在蹒跚而行。
    I'm confessing that I stumble.
  • 我站在早晨7点那班公共汽车拥挤的后门处,随着它沿潮湿的街道蹒跚行进。
    I stood on the crowded back platform of the seven o'clock bus as it lurched along the wet damp street.
  • 如果你能相对冷静地抚养蹒跚学步的婴儿和十几岁的少年,你也能当首席执行官。
    If you can raise toddlers and teenagers with relative calm, you can be a CEO.
  • 一条狗向我们蹒跚走来,口吐白沫,我立刻就想起了狂犬病。
    A dog staggered towards us, foaming at the mouth, and I immediately thought of rabies.
  • 我尝试着远离你,可我却蹒跚
    I try to walk away, and I stumble.
  • 灰熊转身蹒跚地向山坡下行去,远离了这两个男人。
    The bear turned and lurched down the hill, away from both men.
  • 那只狗伸着舌头从树林里蹒跚地跑回来。
    Tongue lolling, the dog came lolloping back from the forest.
  • 蹒跚地走进来,然后突然笔直地倒下睡了。
    He staggered in, then keeled over and fell straight to sleep.
  • 蹒跚而行在运动过程中突然侧倾或偏斜。
    To lurch or swerve while in motion.
  • 一个新的时代,终于在百年的期待中,向我们一步三晃、蹒跚走来!
    A new era hobble to us in the expectation of a hundred years.