English translation of थरथराना
थरथरानाPowered by COBUILD /tharatharana/
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/tharatharana, tharatharAnA, tharatharaanaa, tharatharānā/
1. quake intransitive verb
If you quake, you tremble or shake, usually because you are afraid.
⇒ I just stood there quaking with fear.
2. quiver intransitive verb, countable noun
If you say that someone is quivering with an emotion such as rage or happiness, or if they feel a quiver of emotion, you mean that their appearance or voice clearly shows this emotion.
⇒ I recognized it instantly and felt a quiver of panic.
3. quiver intransitive verb
If something quivers, it shakes with very small movements.
⇒ Her bottom lip quivered.
4. shake transitive verb
If an event or a piece of news shakes you, it makes you feel shocked or upset.
⇒ Well it shook me quite a bit, but I was feeling very emotional.
5. shudder intransitive verb, countable noun
If you shudder, you tremble with fear or disgust. This movement is called a shudder.
⇒ She had shuddered at the thought. ⇒ She gave a violent shudder.
6. shudder intransitive verb
If something such as a machine shudders, it shakes suddenly and violently.
⇒ The whole ship shuddered and trembled.
7. tremble intransitive verb
If something trembles, it shakes slightly. [literary]
⇒ He felt the earth tremble under him.
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Translation of थरथराना from the Collins Hindi to English Dictionary