English translation of 'estremecer'
1. (sacudir) to shake
2. (amizade) to strain
3. (fazer tremer)
estremecer alguém to make sb shudder
1. (vibrar) to shake
2. (tremer) to tremble
3. (horrorizar-se) to shudder
4. (amizade) to be strained
ela estremeceu de susto, o susto estremeceu-a the fright made her jump
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'estremecer' in Other Languages
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
British English: quiver VERB
If something quivers, it shakes with very small movements.
Her bottom lip quivered and big tears rolled down her cheeks.
Translation of estremecer from the Collins Portuguese to English
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