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Chinese (Traditional) translation of “twitch”

twitch

verb [I or T] (MOVE SLIGHTLY)
顫動
 
 
/twɪtʃ/
(to cause) to make a sudden small movement with a part of the body, usually without intending to
(使)抽搐;(使)抽動;(使)顫動
He tried to suppress a smile but felt the corner of his mouth twitch.
他試圖忍住笑,但感到嘴角在抽動。
She twitched her nose like a rabbit.
她像兔子一樣抽動了一下鼻子。
Disorders of muscles and the nervous systemMaking short, sudden movements
(Definition of twitch verb (MOVE SLIGHTLY) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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