quivering

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Englisch - Türkisch
{f} titre
{i} titreyen
titreyerek
titreyen
quivering, tremulous
Titrek titrek
quivering like jelly
bıngıl bıngıl
quiver
{f} titremek
quiver
{i} ok kılıfı

O otuzuncu oku atıyorken, okçu ok kılıfının boş olduğunu fark etti. - When he was going to shoot the thirtieth arrow, the archer realised that his quiver was empty.

quiver
kıpırdamak
quiver
sadak
quiver
titretmek
quiver
{f} titre

Bu herhangi bir kızı titretebilir. - This could make any girl quiver.

quiver
okluk
quiver
Titreme
quiver
titre(mek)
quiver
bir kılıf içindeki oklar
quiver
kubur
quiver
titreşmek
quiver
titre/titret
quiver
titreme/sadak
Englisch - Englisch
Present participle of quiver
shaking, shivering

You envied me in all my great successes — Jerusalem, Lazarus, Mock Election, pupils, drawings, lectures ; and at all times tried to prove they were not successes, with a pale face and quivering lip — more pale and more quivering than usual.

A motion by which something quivers or trembles

There came at last a silence so complete she could hear the ticking of the clock under the bed, and the snoring of Sophronie's children behind the wall of the girls' bedroom.

the act of vibrating
Present participle of to quiver
a shaky motion; "the shaking of his fingers as he lit his pipe"
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"
quiver
A multidigraph
quiver
A container for arrows, crossbow bolts or darts, such as those fired from a bow, crossbow or blowgun

Arrows were carried in quiver, called also an arrow case, which served for the magazine, arrows for immediate use were worn in the girdle.

quiver
The collective noun for cobras
quiver
Shaking or moving with a slight trembling motion
quiver
A ready storage location for figurative tools or weapons

He's got lots of sales pitches in his quiver.

quiver
{n} a case for arrows
quiver
move back and forth very rapidly; "the candle flickered"
quiver
{f} shiver, quake, tremble, shudder
quiver
move with or as if with a regular alternating motion; "the city pulsated with music and excitement"
quiver
A case or sheath for arrows to be carried on the person
quiver
[n] A cylindrical case for holding or carrying arrows
quiver
case for holding arrows shake with fast, tremulous movements; "His nostrils palpitated
quiver
If something quivers, it shakes with very small movements. Her bottom lip quivered and big tears rolled down her cheeks. = tremble
quiver
A holder for arrows, and may be worn either on the back or on a belt at ones side See also Ground Quiver
quiver
the sheath for arrows The Hebrew word (aspah) thus commonly rendered is found in Job 39: 23; Ps 127: 5; Isa 22: 6; 49: 2; Jer 5: 16; Lam 3: 13 In Gen 27: 3 this word is the rendering of the Hebrew teli, which is supposed rather to mean a suspended weapon, literally "that which hangs from one", i e , is suspended from the shoulder or girdle
quiver
{i} shiver, shudder; case for carrying arrows
quiver
case for holding arrows
quiver
A case for holding arrows Usually, a long leather container usually worn on a belt at the waist
quiver
shake with fast, tremulous movements; "His nostrils palpitated"
quiver
Nimble; active
quiver
The act or state of quivering; a tremor
quiver
To shake or move with slight and tremulous motion; to tremble; to quake; to shudder; to shiver
quiver
an almost pleasurable sensation of fright; "a frisson of surprise shot through him"
quiver
a shaky motion; "the shaking of his fingers as he lit his pipe"
quiver
Nimble, active
quiver
If you say that someone or their voice is quivering with an emotion such as rage or excitement, you mean that they are strongly affected by this emotion and show it in their appearance or voice. Cooper arrived, quivering with rage Quiver is also a noun. I felt a quiver of panic. to shake slightly because you are cold, or because you feel very afraid, angry, excited etc = tremble (Probably from quiver (13-19 centuries), from an unrecorded cwifer)
quiver
the act of vibrating
quivering

    Türkische aussprache

    kwîvırîng

    Aussprache

    /ˈkwəvərəɴɢ/ /ˈkwɪvɜrɪŋ/

    Etymologie

    (intransitive verb.) 15th century. Middle English, probably from quiver agile, quick; akin to Old English cwiferlice zealously.

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