Chinese (Traditional) translation of “shake”
shake verb (MOVE)
/ʃeɪk/ (shook, shaken)
› [T] to move backwards and forwards or up and down in quick, short movements, or to make something or someone do this
A young boy climbed into the apple tree and shook the branches so that the fruit fell down.
Babies like toys that make a noise when they're shaken.
The explosion shook buildings for miles around.
[+ obj + adj ] People in southern California were shaken awake by an earthquake.
She shook her hair loose from its ribbon.
Anna shook some powdered chocolate over her coffee.
Every time one of these big trucks goes through the village, all the houses shake.
The child's body was shaking with sobs.
Shaking, swinging and vibrating › [I] If you are shaking, your body makes quick short movements, or you feel as if it is doing so, because you are frightened or nervous
She was shaking as she opened the letter.
Her voice shook as she spoke about the person who attacked her.
I was shaking in my shoes/boots (= very nervous) about having to tell Dad what I'd done.
I was shaking like a leaf/ UKlike a jelly (= very nervous) before my exam.
Making short, sudden movements shake sb's hand/shake sb by the hand › to hold someone's hand and move it up and down, especially when you meet them for the first time or when you make an agreement with them
"Pleased to meet you, " he said, shaking my hand.
The Princess was photographed shaking hands with AIDS victims.
It seems that we have a deal, so let's shake (hands) on it.
"Congratulations, " she said, shaking the winner by the hand.
Welcoming, greeting and greetingsGestures with the hands or arms shake your head › to move your head from side to side, in order to express disagreement, sadness or that you do not want or believe something
I asked Tim if he'd seen Jackie lately but he shook his head.
"That's incredible!" he said, shaking his head in disbelief.
Gestures with the head or shoulders shake your fist › to hold your hand up in the air with your fingers and thumb bent, and move it forcefully backwards and forwards, to show that you are angry
He shook his fist at the driver who pulled out in front of him.
Gestures with the hands or arms