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vibrate

verb /vaiˈbreit, (American) ˈvaibreit/
to (cause to) shake, tremble, or move rapidly back and forth
vibrar
Every sound that we hear is making part of our ear vibrate The engine has stopped vibrating.
vibration /(British and American) -ˈbrei-/ noun (an) act of vibrating
vibración
This building is badly affected by the vibration of all the heavy traffic that passes.
Translations of “vibrate”
in Korean 진동하다…
in Arabic يَهْتَزّ…
in French (faire) vibrer…
in Italian vibrare…
in Chinese (Traditional) (使)震動, (使)顫動, (使)抖動…
in Russian дрожать, вибрировать…
in Turkish titremek…
in Polish drgać…
in Portuguese vibrar…
in German vibrieren…
in Catalan vibrar…
in Japanese ~が振動する, ~を振動させる…
in Chinese (Simplified) (使)震动, (使)颤动, (使)抖动…
(Definition of vibrate from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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