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quiververb [I]

 us   /ˈkwɪv·ər/
to shake slightly; tremble: The dog quivered with fear.
quiver
noun [C]  us   /ˈkwɪv·ər/
A quiver of excitement ran through the crowd.
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Translations of “quiver”
in Korean 흔들리다, 떨리다…
in Arabic يَرْتَجِف…
in Malaysian bergetar…
in French frémir…
in Russian дрожать, трястись…
in Chinese (Traditional) (常指因激動而)顫抖,發抖…
in Italian tremolare…
in Turkish titremek, ürpermek…
in Polish drżeć…
in Spanish estremecer(se)…
in Vietnamese rung…
in Portuguese estremecer…
in Thai สั่นเบา ๆ…
in German zittern…
in Catalan tremolar, estremir-se…
in Japanese 小さく震える…
in Chinese (Simplified) (常指因激动而)颤抖,发抖…
in Indonesian bergetar…
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