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tingle

verb [I]
 
 
/ˈtɪŋ.ɡl̩/
to have a feeling as if a lot of sharp points are being put quickly and lightly into your body
感到刺痛
My toes and fingers are tingling with the cold.
我的腳趾和手指凍得刺痛。
There's a line in that poem that makes my spine tingle every time I read it.
每當我讀起那首詩,裡面有一行詩句總是令我感到激動不已。
Pain and painful
When you tingle with an emotion, such as excitement or fear, you feel it very strongly
強烈地感到(激動或恐懼)
She tingled with fear as she entered the dark alleyway.
她走進那黑暗的小巷時,感到一陣陣恐懼。
Strong feelings
Translations of “tingle”
in Spanish hormiguear…
in French picoter, piquer…
in German prickeln…
in Russian покалывать, онеметь…
in Turkish sızlamak, yanmak, karıncalanmak…
in Chinese (Simplified) 感到刺痛, 强烈地感到(激动或恐惧)…
in Polish cierpnąć…
(Definition of tingle verb from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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