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trembleverb [I]

uk   us   /ˈtrem.bl̩/
B2 to shake slightly, usually because you are cold, frightened, or very emotional: When he came out of the water, he was trembling with cold. Her bottom lip trembled and tears welled up in her eyes. His voice started to tremble and I thought he was going to cry.
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tremblenoun [C or S]

uk   us   /ˈtrem.bl̩/
a slight shake: There was a slight tremble in her voice as she recalled her husband.
Translations of “tremble”
in Arabic يَرْتَجِف…
in Korean 떨다…
in Malaysian menggigil…
in French trembler…
in Turkish tir tir titremek…
in Italian fremere…
in Chinese (Traditional) (通常因寒冷、害怕或情緒激動)顫抖,發抖…
in Russian дрожать, трястись…
in Polish drżeć, trząść się…
in Vietnamese run…
in Spanish temblar…
in Portuguese tremer…
in Thai สั่น…
in German zittern…
in Catalan tremolar…
in Japanese 震える, 身震いする…
in Indonesian menggigil…
in Chinese (Simplified) (通常因寒冷、害怕或情绪激动)颤抖,发抖…
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