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wiggleverb [I or T]

uk   us   /ˈwɪɡ.l̩/ informal
to (cause to) move up and down and/or from side to side with small, quick movements: He tried wiggling the control stick but nothing happened. She wiggled her toes in the water. Her hips wiggle as she walks.

wigglenoun [C]

uk   us   /ˈwɪɡ.l̩/
a small, quick movement up and down and/or from side to side: With a wiggle of her hips, she pulled up the trousers.
Translations of “wiggle”
in Vietnamese lắc lư…
in Spanish menear…
in Thai แกว่งไปมา…
in Malaysian menggoyang-goyangkan…
in French tortiller (de)…
in German wackeln (mit)…
in Chinese (Traditional) (使)扭動, (使)擺動…
in Indonesian menggoyangkan…
in Russian вилять, покачивать…
in Turkish oyna(t)mak, kıpırda(t)mak…
in Chinese (Simplified) (使)扭动, (使)摆动…
in Polish poruszać (się)…
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