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quiver

verb [I] uk   /ˈkwɪv.ər/ us    //
to shake slightly, often because of strong emotion: Lennie's bottom lip quivered and tears started in his eyes.

quiver

noun [C] uk   /ˈkwɪv.ər/ us    //

quiver noun [C] (CONTAINER)

quiver noun [C] (SHAKE)

a slight shake, often because of strong emotion: The opening bars of the music sent a quiver of excitement through the crowd.
Traducciones de “quiver”
en coreano 흔들리다, 떨리다…
en árabe يَرْتَجِف…
en francés frémir…
en turco titremek, ürpermek…
en italiano tremolare…
en chino (tradicionál) (常指因激動而)顫抖,發抖…
en ruso дрожать, трястись…
en polaco drżeć…
en español estremecer(se)…
en portugués estremecer…
en alemán zittern…
en catalán tremolar, estremir-se…
en japonés 小さく震える…
en chino (simplificado) (常指因激动而)颤抖,发抖…
(Definition of quiver from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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