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Translation of "shiver" - English-Spanish dictionary

shiver

verb   /ˈʃɪv·ər/
to shake because you are cold or frightened tiritar, temblar She shivered with cold. She shivered in the cold rain.
shiver noun   /ˈʃɪv·ər/
escalofrío
(Definition of shiver from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

shiver

verb /ˈʃivə/
to quiver or tremble (with cold, fear etc) temblar, tiritar, estremecerse She was shivering with fear.
shivery adjective
inclined to shiver estremecido, destemplado The mention of ghosts gave her a shivery feeling.
the shivers noun plural
a feeling of horror escalofríos The thought of working for him gives me the shivers.
(Definition of shiver from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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