"titubeante" English translation

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"titubeante" in English

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{adjective masculine/feminine}

titubeante (also: renuente, dudoso, dudosa, indeciso)
En la Europa oriental está creciendo la irritación sobre la actitud titubeante de la UE.
In eastern Europe frustration is growing at the EU's hesitant attitude.
En el caso de algunos países, nuestro «sí» será más apagado, más titubeante.
In the case of some countries, our 'yes' will be more muted, more hesitant.
Ya entonces quedó claro que la reacción de la Comisión Europea resultaba demasiado titubeante.
Even then, it was clear that the reaction of the European Commission was actually very hesitant.

Synonyms (Spanish) for "titubeante":

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Context sentences for "titubeante" in English

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SpanishLa gestión actual de la política económica refleja una imagen de una Europa titubeante y confusa.
The current management of economic policy projects an image of Europe as indecisive and muddled.
SpanishLa Comisión ha sido muy titubeante al presentar iniciativas y éstas, además de escasas eran, en general, bloqueadas por el Consejo de ministros.
The Commission has very tentatively brought forward some initiatives, and these few initiatives have then generally been blocked by the Council of Ministers.
SpanishCreo que el señor Brok tiene razón, pero yo no saco las mismas conclusiones que él: definir una estrategia de adhesión titubeante es preparar el fracaso.
I think that Mr Brok is right, but I do not draw the same conclusions as he does: to set out a half-hearted accession strategy is to prepare for failure.