Word: twitch

Category: twitch

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Synonyms: twitch

spasm, convulsion, quiver, tremor, shiver, shudder, small movement, tic, pull, tug, tweak, yank, jerk, pang, twinge, dart, stab, prick, twitching, vellication

Translations: twitch

spanish
tirón


german
zwicken, kneifen

french
saccade, déchirer, tirailler, convulsion, palpitation, ...

italian
ticchio

portuguese
contorcer, contração muscular, estremeção, contrair, beliscar

dutch
zenuwtrekking, trekken, trillen, kramp

russian
теребить, дергать, болеть, подергивание, подергиваться, ...

norwegian
nappe, rykk

swedish
rycka, rycka till, ryckning, rycka i

finnish
temmata, nyhjäistä, nipistää

danish
spjæt, ryk, trækning

czech
škubání, trhání, trhnutí, trhnout, škubat, ...

polish
szarpnięcie, szarpać, wykrzywiać, wykrzywić, kurczyć, ...

hungarian
érintés, tarackbúza

turkish
seğirme, koparma, burunduruk, birden çekme

greek
τράβηγμα, σπασμός, τίναγμα, συσπώνται, να συσπώνται

ukrainian
смикнути, хворіти, боліти, смикати, сіпати

albanian
dridhem, dridhje, tik nervoz, kam një tik nervoz, t'u merret goja

bulgarian
издърпвам, потрепване, троскот, потръпвам, трепване

belarusian
тузацца, торгацца, пацепвацца, сьлепа, добра сябе

estonian
tõmblus, tõmblema, rapsama

croatian
grč, trzanje, vučenje

icelandic
upphafsgildi, kippast

lithuanian
tampyti, trūkčioti, timpčioti, Raustīšanās, Sakustināt

latvian
kost, kniebt

macedonian
грч, вртите, виткаше, свиткува, витка

romanian
tic nervos, pir, trage de maneca, trage de mânecă

slovenian
trzanje, trzajo, trzanj, Brnjica

slovak
škubnutí, trhnutie, šklbnutie, trhnutiu, trhnutia

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The meaning and "use of": twitch

noun
  • a short, sudden jerking or convulsive movement.
  • a stick with a small noose attached to one end. The noose may be twisted around the upper lip or the ear of a horse to subdue it, especially during veterinary procedures.

verb
  • give or cause to give a short, sudden jerking or convulsive movement.
  • apply a sudden pull or jerk to (a horse).

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