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Translation of "vibrate" - English-Spanish dictionary

vibrate

verb   /vaɪˈbreɪt/ ( present participle vibrating, past tense and past participle vibrated)
to shake with small, quick movements vibrar The music was so loud that the floor was vibrating.
vibration noun /vaɪˈbreɪ·ʃən/
(Definition of vibrate from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

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.
(Definition of vibrate from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “vibrate”
in Korean 진동하다…
in Arabic يَهْتَزّ…
in Malaysian bergetar…
in French (faire) vibrer…
in Russian дрожать, вибрировать…
in Chinese (Traditional) (使)震動, (使)顫動, (使)抖動…
in Italian vibrare…
in Turkish titremek…
in Polish drgać…
in Vietnamese chuyển động, rung, lắc…
in Portuguese vibrar…
in Thai สั่น…
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…
in Indonesian bergetar…
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