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Japanese translation of “shimmer”

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shimmer

verb
 
/ˈʃɪm·ər/
to shine gently and seem to be moving slightly
かすかに光る, 揺らめく
The trees shimmered in the moonlight.
Translations of “shimmer”
in Korean 희미하게 빛나다…
in Arabic يومِض…
in French miroiter…
in Italian brillare, luccicare, scintillare…
in Chinese (Traditional) 發出微弱的閃光,閃爍…
in Russian мерцать, блестеть…
in Turkish titrek titrek parıldamak…
in Polish migotać, skrzyć się…
in Spanish brillar, relucir…
in Portuguese reluzir, tremeluzir…
in German schimmern…
in Catalan llambrejar…
in Chinese (Simplified) 发出微弱的闪光,闪烁…
(Definition of shimmer from the Cambridge English-Japanese Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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