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İngilizce - İngilizce
To tilt back and forth on an edge
{f} be rocked, rock, swing, fluctuate
to tilt back-and-forth on an edge
To move up and down on the ends of a balanced plank, or the like, as children do for sport; to seesaw; to titter; to titter-totter
emphasis Teeter is used in expressions such as teeter on the brink and teeter on the edge to emphasize that something seems to be in a very unstable situation or position. Three of the hotels are in receivership, and others are teetering on the brink of bankruptcy His voice teetered on the edge of hysteria
If someone or something teeters, they shake in an unsteady way, and seem to be about to lose their balance and fall over. Hyde shifted his weight and felt himself teeter forward, beginning to overbalance
move unsteadily, with a rocking motion
A seesaw; a piece of playground equipment consisting of a long board with seats at either end, with a pivot point in the center
a plaything consisting of a board balanced on a fulcrum; the board is ridden up and down by children at either end
a large toy like a board on which two children sit, one at each end British Equivalent: seesaw
board which has a central base and a seat at both ends on which two people (usually children) sit and take turns going up into the air
past of teeter
present participle of teeter
third-person singular of teeter