Definition of 'shudder'
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With that our rally has ground to a shuddering halt. Times, Sunday Times (2007)But the taxidermy art gives me the shudders. Times, Sunday Times (2009)One could almost feel the shudders of disapproval through the floor. Times, Sunday Times (2006)It has its wild and demonic forms and can sink to an almost grisly horror and shuddering. Sociology and Religion: A Collection of Readings (1995)What sends a shudder of recognition through us is something else. DEVASTATING EDEN: The Search for Utopia in America (2004)It makes me shudder to think of the wasted money over the years. The Sun (2014)She shudders at the thought of what could have been. Times, Sunday Times (2012)It gives you a shudder of disgust at this pretence at intelligence. AUTHENTICITY: Brands, Fakes, Spin and the Lust for Real Life (2003)With a cold shudder he forced the recollection away and rowed on to town. A Time of War (1993)To suggest otherwise should make us shudder. Christianity Today (2000)This policy could bring that programme to a shuddering halt. Times, Sunday Times (2015)But the story took such a dramatic turn that it made all the men shudder with horror. Modern Literatures of the Non-Western World: Where the Waters Are Born (1995)The thought still sends a shudder down my spine. The Sun (2009)He shudders at the thought of retirement. Times, Sunday Times (2012)The smell of lavender still makes me shudder. The Sun (2015)The factors bringing the age of cheap food to such a shuddering halt are well understood. Times, Sunday Times (2008)What a relief it was to watch them parade through my head without feeling the slightest shudder of resentment. Times, Sunday Times (2008)One shudders to think of the scale of red ink if there is a more serious slide in credit quality. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Yet once again the buried memory tried to rise, bringing with it a cold shudder. A Time of War (1993)You shudder at them still. Times, Sunday Times (2007)She gives a painful shudder. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Yet he still shudders when he recalls the incident which knocked out THREE front teeth and fractured his jaw. The Sun (2012)Now after a 15-minute drive it shakes and shudders and only a five-minute rest helps. Times, Sunday Times (2006)I shuddered and feared the worst when two of the all-male groups joined the queue for our flight to Crete. The Sun (2006)
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Translations for 'shudder'
British English: shudder /ˈʃʌdə/ VERB
If you shudder, you shake with fear, horror, or disgust, or because you are cold.
Some people shudder at the idea of injections.
- American English: shudder
- Arabic: يَنْتَفِضُ
- Brazilian Portuguese: estremecer
- Chinese: 战栗
- Croatian: stresti se
- Czech: třást se hrůzou, zimou
- Danish: skælve
- Dutch: huiveren
- European Spanish: estremecerse
- Finnish: puistattaa
- French: tressaillir
- German: schaudern
- Greek: ανατριχιάζω
- Italian: fremito
- Japanese: 身震いする
- Korean: 떨다
- Norwegian: grøsse
- Polish: zadrżeć
- European Portuguese: estremecer
- Romanian: a se înfiora
- Russian: содрогаться
- Spanish: estremecerse
- Swedish: rysa
- Thai: สั่นระริกด้วยความกลัว
- Turkish: korkuyla titremek
- Ukrainian: здригнутися
- Vietnamese: run bắn lên
Definition of shudder from the Collins English Dictionary
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