Definition of 'shuffle'
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You have a bad tremor and you shuffle about. Times, Sunday Times (2012)The constant shuffling around of players from their favoured positions has also caused consternation at the club. Times, Sunday Times (2016)His right arm is still paralysed and when he walks it is with an awkward shuffle. The Sun (2010)She was already shuffling back when he continued. The Sun (2009)His head was pitched forward and he walked with a shuffle. Christianity Today (2000)Then they shuffled along the covered walkway to the next building. BomberThe benefits from shuffling the chairs are at best unproven. Times, Sunday Times (2009)The thoughts shuffle about in your head. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Lawyers claim he shuffled assets around to keep his cash beyond her reach. The Sun (2013)She nodded rapidly as she shuffled back into position. The Sun (2009)Most shuffle back a few inches without much success. Times, Sunday Times (2012)He shuffled along between two rows of people. The Barefoot Emperor: An Ethiopian Tragedy (2007)It turned out that some of the borrowing had simply been shuffled back into previous months. Times, Sunday Times (2010)His frame was portly and he shuffled when he walked, his feet turned slightly inwards. KANDAHAR COCKNEY: A Tale of Two Worlds (2004)He shuffles about, sticks an old album on his turntable. Times, Sunday Times (2013)How do you do that, shuffle around? The Sun (2012)All the while their mother snorted, shuffled about a bit and then went back to sleep. The Sun (2015)It takes him an age to get up the garden and back down with his short, shuffling steps. Times, Sunday Times (2015)His walk became a shuffle '. Times, Sunday Times (2011)I could imagine the terrible things, the way they creep up on you with the shuffle of small steps. Times, Sunday Times (2014)The first symptoms are often stiffness, slow movement and tremors, and sometimes a shuffling walk. Times, Sunday Times (2014)
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Translations for 'shuffle'
British English: shuffle /ˈʃʌfl/ VERB
If you shuffle somewhere, you walk there without lifting your feet properly off the ground.
She shuffled across the kitchen.
- American English: shuffle
- Arabic: يَجُرُّ رِجْلَيْه
- Brazilian Portuguese: arrastar os pés
- Chinese: 拖曳
- Croatian: vući se
- Czech: šourat se
- Danish: sjokke
- Dutch: schuifelen
- European Spanish: arrastrar los pies
- Finnish: laahustaa
- French: se traîner
- German: schlurfen
- Greek: σέρνω τα πόδια μου
- Italian: mescolare
- Japanese: 足をひきずって歩く
- Korean: 발을 끌며 걷다
- Norwegian: slepe
- Polish: przestawić
- European Portuguese: arrastar os pés
- Romanian: a târșâi
- Russian: шаркать
- Spanish: arrastrar los pies
- Swedish: blanda
- Thai: เดินลากเท้า
- Turkish: ayaklarını sürüyerek yürümek
- Ukrainian: човгати
- Vietnamese: lê bước
Definition of shuffle from the Collins English Dictionary
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