vi. 不及物動詞 1. 擺動,波動,振蕩。
2. 動搖不定,躊躇莫決。


    1. You can tell when they ' re stressed out, they ' ll equivocate and vacillate

    2. If weakness is the reason for its inability to change its attitude, why did the national bourgeoisie behave differently in 1924 - 27 when it did not merely vacillate towards the revolution but actually joined it

    3. They have no definite ideas about their work, so they constantly vacillate between " left and right " thinking, sometimes falling victim to right conservatism, their ideas lagging behind reality, sometimes rushing ahead impetuously and placing undue emphasis on quantity and speed, in an attempt to go beyond what is actually possible

    4. Be in substantially, this kind sophisticated be to rely on to prove fundamental inaccuracy to achieve be able to achieve success one way or another surely, root is decision criteria of the vacillate in arguing

    5. Don ' t vacillate about asking for assistance if you need it