ditherer


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ditherer

[ˈdɪðərəʳ] N (esp Brit) → indeciso/a m/f
don't be such a ditherer!¡no seas tan indeciso!
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She became an indecisive ditherer, and for me, made a catastrophic blunder by staging her own General Election.
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A Downing Street ditherer who would get a terrible Brexit deal, threatening jobs and livelihoods.
Then do something that makes you look like a world leader, not a world ditherer.
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