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quake

verb /kweik/
(of people) to shake or tremble, especially with fear
temblar, estremecerse
Her voice was quaking with fear.
(of the ground) to shake
temblar
The ground quaked under their feet.
Translations of “quake”
in Arabic يَرتَعِش…
in Korean (놀라 몸을)떨다…
in Malaysian menggeletar, bergegar…
in French trembler…
in Turkish korkudan zangır zangır/tir tir titremek…
in Italian tremare…
in Chinese (Traditional) 顫抖,哆嗦…
in Russian трястись, дрожать…
in Polish drżeć…
in Vietnamese run sợ, động đất…
in Portuguese tremer…
in Thai สั่นกลัว, สั่นไหว…
in German zittern, beben…
in Catalan tremolar…
in Japanese (恐怖で)震える, おののく…
in Indonesian gemetar, bergetar…
in Chinese (Simplified) 颤抖,哆嗦…
(Definition of quake from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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