Word: trembled

Category: trembled

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Synonyms: trembled

shake, shake like a leaf, quiver, twitch, jerk, quaver, waver, shudder, quake, wobble, rock, vibrate, move, sway, totter, teeter, judder, be afraid, be frightened, be apprehensive, worry, shake in one's boots, quail, shrink, blench

Translations: trembled

spanish
temblado, temblaba, tembló, temblaban, temblaron


german
gezittert, zitterte, bangte

french
tremblâmes, tremblée, tremblai, tremblé, trembla, ...

italian
tremato, tremava, tremavano, tremò, tremarono

portuguese
tremia, tremeram, tremiam, tremeu, estremeceu

dutch
beefde, beefden, trilde, trilden, sidderde

russian
дрожали, дрожал, дрожала, задрожал, задрожали

norwegian
skalv, bevet, dirret, bever, forferdet

swedish
darrade, skälvde, bävade, skakade, skalv

finnish
vapisi, järisi, vapisivat, vapista, tärisi

danish
skælvede, rystede, bævede, dirrede, skalv

czech
třásla, třásl, se zachvěla, třásly, chvěl

polish
drżały, drżał, drżała, zadrżała, zadrżał

hungarian
megremegett, remegett, reszketett, remegtek

turkish
titredi, titriyordu, titreyen, titremeye

greek
έτρεμε, έτρεμαν, έτρεμα, σείστηκε, έτρεμε από

ukrainian
тремтіли, дрижали

albanian
dridheshin, drodh, u drodh, dridhej, u tund

bulgarian
трепереше, потресе, разтрепери, трепереха, разтрепера

belarusian
дрыжалі, дрыжэлі, калаціліся, трымцелі, трэсліся

estonian
värises, värisesid, hakkas värisema, värisedes, värises väga suurest ärritusest

croatian
zadrhtala, drhtali, drhtala, drhtale, drhtao

icelandic
skulfu, nötraði, skalf, titraði, bifaðist

lithuanian
drebėjo, sudrebėjo, ėmė drebėti, drebėti

latvian
drebēja, trīcēja, nodrebēja, baiļu pārņemts

macedonian
трепереше, тресеше, тресеа, затрепери, трепереа

romanian
tremurat, tremura, tremurau, cutremurat, a tremurat

slovenian
trepetali, tresla, trepetal, stresla, tresle

slovak
triasla, triasli, zatriasla, triasol, a zatriasla

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The meaning and "use of": trembled

verb
  • shake involuntarily, typically as a result of anxiety, excitement, or frailty.

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