Traducción de rickety en Español:


desvencijado, adj.

Pronunciación /ˈrɪkɪdi//ˈrɪkɪti/


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    • Climbing the rickety wooden stairs we were welcomed into the company of the pipe player, impressive in his traditional costume, his cheeks puffed from the playing of his bagpipes.
    • Back in Calgary the next day, we scramble across town on the rickety C-train to the Southern Alberta Institute of Technology where logistics for the protest are being planned.
    • But you did actually go back and ascend this rather rickety structure and made some interesting discoveries.
    • We knew that finishing the house would mean living through winter in a rickety, poorly insulated travel trailer.
    • Alternatively, you can always stay at our pension, Na Louzi, which is truly Bohemian, a woody little place with rickety stairs and a dozen styles of ancient door lock and handle.
    • And despite the best efforts of the socialist government, large-scale commercialisation overshadows the country's rickety network of tour operators.
    • She then directed them to the fourth floor, giving them the choice of the stairs or a rickety lift.
    • And there's a further subtext to Tomb Raider - that rickety Third World technology is no match for the might of imperialist implements of destruction.
    • While we were tooling around up at the top of the ancient rickety ski lifts, I just had to check out the winching mechanism for tensioning the lift cables.
    • That would put an enormous stress on the rickety structure of Australia's political parties.
    • After decades of rickety governments cobbled together from small parties, the 1997 constitution encourages larger and more stable groupings.
    • Likewise, when they compare the high-speed TGV to the rickety transport system we have here, the value of a strong, responsible state becomes apparent.
    • We head up a rickety flight of stairs, pass through a wooden door, and suddenly my jaw drops open.
    • He carries three twelve-pack cartons of beer across the yard to the house, climbs the front stairs and walks gingerly across the rickety veranda.
    • Meanwhile Tent City, the rickety collection of 50 squatter homes on the waterfront, was cleared away, and residents were offered temporary housing.
    • You take a rickety bus bursting with rural folk at Meerut, which, after a precarious drive down a virtually unpaved road dumps you at an unusual sounding place called Chhota Mawana More.
    • And while there is some room for growth in this figure, we can guess that the system is a bit rickety and could be easily overwhelmed if the effort was concentrated.
    • Everyone knew that the stairs were rickety, that everything was old and rotting!
    • Countless times both of our pagers would go off and we'd tear down the rickety apartment stairs and he'd drive us both to the station.
    • Rather, poorly lit stairways, rickety bed frames, dirty sex aids and repetitive movement injuries are among the chief dangers brothel workers face in New South Wales.