shiver

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الإنجليزية - التركية
titremek
{i} ürperti

O beni öptüğünde bir ürpertinin omurgamdan aşağı indiğini hissettim. - When he kissed me, I felt a shiver run down my spine.

Üstüme bir ürperti geldi. - A shiver ran down my spine.

{i} titreme

Tom kontrolsüz biçimde titremeye başladı. - Tom began to shiver uncontrollably.

Mary ince bluzunun içinde titremeye başladı. - Mary began to shiver in her thin blouse.

{f} ürpermek
paramparça olmak
titreşmek
sakırdamak
titre

Dışarıya çıkınca soğuktan tir tir titredim. - I shivered with cold when I went outside.

Tom istemeden titredi. - Tom shivered involuntarily.

{i} ürperti: It sent shivers down my spine. Tüylerimi diken diken etti
{f} parçalanmak
Tüylerimi ürper
{i} yonga
{i} heyecan
{i} kıymık
{i} parçacık
{i} talaş
parçala/titre
{f} rüzgârdan kıpırdamak
{f} dalgalanmak
{f} parçalamak
(Tıp) Soğukveya korku nedenile, deri kaslarının istemdışı kasılma ve seğirmesine bağlı olarak meydana gelen titreme hali, titreme
(Tıp) Soğuk veya korku nedeniyle titremek
parça/titreme
{f} parça parça olmak
shiver me timbers
Beni ahşap ürperti
shiver in one's shoes
(deyim) ödü bokuna karışmak
shivering
(Tıp) Frison, yüksek ateşli hastalıklarda görülen titreme
shivering
{i} titreme

Keşke titremeyi durdurabilsem. - I wish I could stop shivering.

Tom titremeyi durdurdu. - Tom stopped shivering.

shiveringly
titreyerek
shivered
parçalanmış
shivering
tir tir
shivering
tufan
shivering
ürperme
shivering
{i} titretici
shivering
{f} titre

Tom titremeyi durdurdu. - Tom stopped shivering.

Maria titreyerek eve geri döndü ve ısıtıcının önüne oturdu. - Maria came back into the house shivering, and sat in front of the heater.

shivering
titreyerek

Maria titreyerek eve geri döndü ve ısıtıcının önüne oturdu. - Maria came back into the house shivering, and sat in front of the heater.

shivering
(isim) titreme
shivers
parçala/titre
shivers
titreme ya da ürperme nöbeti
shivers
ürperti
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
a fragment or splinter, especially of glass or stone
to break into splinters or fragments

he found a plaster bust of Napoleon, which stood with several other works of art upon the counter, lying shivered into fragments.

To tremble or shake, especially when cold or frightened

Mr. Mason, shivering as some one chanced to open the door, asked for more coal to be put on the fire, which had burnt out its flame, though its mass of cinder still shone hot and red. The footman who brought the coal, in going out, stopped near Mr. Eshton's chair, and said something to him in a low voice, of which I heard only the words, old woman,—quite troublesome..

the reaction when the body goes into the early stages of hypothermia
The act or result of shivering

A shiver went up my spine.

shake, as from cold; "The children are shivering--turn on the heat!
{n} a shivering, very small piece, wheel, a species of hard blackish clay
{v} to break into shivers, shake, tremble
{f} quiver, shake, shudder, tremble; shatter, break into pieces; be shattered, be broken into pieces
To separate suddenly into many small pieces or parts; to be shattered
shake, as from cold; "The children are shivering--turn on the heat!"
reflex shaking caused by cold or fear or excitement
The act of shivering or trembling
A thin slice; a shive
When you shiver, your body shakes slightly because you are cold or frightened. He shivered in the cold I was sitting on the floor shivering with fear. = shake Shiver is also a noun. The emptiness here sent shivers down my spine. to shake slightly because you are cold or frightened = tremble (chiver (13-16 centuries), perhaps from chavel (13-14 centuries), from ceafl )
A variety of blue slate
A spindle
To break into many small pieces, or splinters; to shatter; to dash to pieces by a blow; as, to shiver a glass goblet
an almost pleasurable sensation of fright; "a frisson of surprise shot through him"
A sheave or small wheel in a pulley
To tremble; to vibrate; to quiver; to shake, as from cold or fear
tremble convulsively, as from fear or excitement
A small wedge, as for fastening the bolt of a window shutter
One of the small pieces, or splinters, into which a brittle thing is broken by sudden violence; generally used in the plural
To cause to shake or tremble, as a sail, by steering close to the wind
{i} tremble, vibration, shudder; small fragment, splinter, sliver
shiver my timbers
An exclamation of surprise, disbelief or annoyance, mostly associated with pirates

Shiver my timbers! what do you think I found 'em at ? Split my wind if there was not a gang, with Mrs. Martha at the head, working away at the temple.

shiver me timbers
Shiver me timbers or "shiver my timbers" is an exclamation in the form of a mock oath usually attributed to the speech of pirates in works of fiction. It is employed as a literary device by authors to express shock, surprise or annoyance. The phrase is based on real nautical slang and is a reference to the timbers of a sailing ship in heavy seas, when the ship would be lifted up and pounded down so hard as to "shiver" the timbers, shaking sailors to the bones. Such an exclamation was meant to convey a feeling of fear and awe, similar to, "Well Blow Me Down!", or, "May God Strike Me Dead". is also reminiscent of the splintering of a ship's in battle - splinter wounds were a common form of battle injury on wooden ships ('shiver' means splinter in some English dialects)
shiver my timbers
Shiver my timbers (sometimes pronounced "shiver me timbers") is an exclamation in the form of a mock oath usually attributed to the speech of pirates in works of fiction. It is employed as a literary device by authors to express shock, surprise or annoyance. The phrase is based on real nautical slang and is a reference to the timbers of a sailing ship in heavy seas, when the ship would be lifted up and pounded down so hard as to "shiver" the timbers, shaking sailors to the bones. Such an exclamation was meant to convey a feeling of fear and awe, similar to, "Well Blow Me Down!", or, "May God Strike Me Dead". is also reminiscent of the splintering of a ship's in battle - splinter wounds were a common form of battle injury on wooden ships ('shiver' means splinter in some English dialects)
shivered
Simple past tense and past participle of shiver
shiveringly
In a frightened manner

I shiveringly walked into the cold graveyard at night.

shivering
{n} the act of breaking, a shaking fit
to shiver
{v} shive
shivered
past of shiver
shiverer
{i} one who trembles, one who shakes, one who shivers
shivering
{i} act of shivering, act of quivering, act of trembling (from cold, fear, etc.)
shivering
vibrating slightly and irregularly; as e g with fear or cold or like the leaves of an aspen in a breeze; "a quaking bog"; "the quaking child asked for more"; "quivering leaves of a poplar tree"; "with shaking knees"; "seemed shaky on her feet"; "sparkling light from the shivering crystals of the chandelier"; "trembling hands"
shivering
a sensation of cold that often marks the start of an infection and the development of a fever
shivering
The body's attempt to create heat through muscular activity
shivering
A glaze defect in which slivers of glaze shear away from the pot
shivering
{s} shaking, shuddering, trembling, quaking
shiveringly
tremblingly, quakingly
shiveringly
In a shivering manner
shivers
plural of shiver
shivers
{i} sudden attack of the chills, attack of shuddering
shiver
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