Translation of shamble in Spanish:


caminar arrastrando los pies, v.

Pronunciation /ˈʃæmbəl//ˈʃamb(ə)l/

intransitive verb

  • 1

    (person) caminar arrastrando los pies
    he shambled off se fue arrastrando los pies
    • Clips and graphics are stitched together with a droll, deadpan voiceover and often a declamatory musical score, though Moore's ursine baseball-capped form does not itself shamble into view until well into the film.
    • Here we are shambling and wounded and lonely at the end of the world.
    • After the short ceremony, these loutish tourists shambled off in their jeans and high nuisance-factor anoraks.
    • A second later, a large woman shambled out into the darkness.
    • Josh Davis has just shambled on to the stage, pottering about and digging through a tatty backpack for cartridges and CDs.
    • Instead of falling dead, though, the figure shambled after his head.
    • The dog-eyed man shambled resignedly away in search of a new target.
    • Rae turned and saw a waiter, dressed in a clean blue uniform, shamble towards their table.
    • Dressed in rags, with haggard faces, Maddock watched them shamble by.
    • The tunes still shamble and the lyrics still ramble.
    • Here are a few more for your brain to chew on, so shamble on over to your reading glasses, moan slightly, drool and then put them on and get ready to have your stereotypical costume that you were killed in get blown completely off!
    • Granted, they still shamble, but it seems they've started to think, to use tools and to react to their environment.
    • She turned and watched Alex shamble into the room.
    • As they watched, one of the players shambled over to the jukebox and fed a handful of coins into it.
    • We start with a blond, long-haired young man shambling through the woods, mumbling to himself.
    • An almost matronly St. John shambled out onto the Jane Mallett Theatre stage in a wrinkled pigeon-colored number that had to be one of the ugliest frocks to see stage lights this season.
    • Inside, we find shambling, carefully sculpted poetics that take full advantage of their capacity to surprise and startle: No two pages look the same; the text kinetically rambles over the available surface area.
    • The fact that they moved by relentlessly shambling along is part of what gave them a creepy effect.
    • His walk shambled, shuffled, and skidded along the tiles, and as he did it he felt the heat of shame rising on the back of his neck in a nearly-tangible red cloud that matched the orange sunrise of his attire.
    • A projection screen flickers into life and Hope Of The States shamble onstage in that endearingly scruffy way that seems rather at odds with their borderline-highbrow music.
  • 2shambling present participle

    (figure/gait) desgarbado
    (gait/figure) desgalichado