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tremble

verb
ADVERB
badly, violently
uncontrollably
a little, slightly
inside
still

His voice was still trembling.

VERB + TREMBLE
begin to, start to

I began to tremble uncontrollably.

make sb

The thought made him tremble inside.

PREPOSITION
at

She trembled at the thought of going back through those prison doors.

in

He was still trembling in fear.

with

She was trembling with anger.

PHRASES
tremble all over, tremble from head to foot, tremble from head to toe
tremble like a leaf
Tremble is used with these nouns as the subject: ↑arm, ↑body, ↑chin, ↑earth, ↑hand, ↑knee, ↑leg, ↑lip, ↑mouth, ↑muscle, ↑voice

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  • tremble — [ trɑ̃bl ] n. m. • 1138; bas lat. tremulus « le tremblant » ♦ Peuplier à écorce lisse, à tige droite, dont les feuilles à minces pétioles frissonnent au moindre souffle. « C étaient des trembles. Ils déroulaient des montagnes de feuillages qu… …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • tremblé — tremble [ trɑ̃bl ] n. m. • 1138; bas lat. tremulus « le tremblant » ♦ Peuplier à écorce lisse, à tige droite, dont les feuilles à minces pétioles frissonnent au moindre souffle. « C étaient des trembles. Ils déroulaient des montagnes de… …   Encyclopédie Universelle

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  • tremble — (v.) c.1300, shake from fear, cold, etc., from O.Fr. trembler tremble, fear (11c.), from V.L. *tremulare (Cf. It. tremolare, Sp. temblar), from L. tremulus trembling, tremulous, from tremere to tremble, shiver, quake, from PIE *trem to tremble… …   Etymology dictionary

  • Tremble — Trem ble, v. i. [imp. & p. p. {Trembled}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Trembling}.] [F. trembler, fr. L. tremulus trembling, tremulous, fr. tremere to shake, tremble; akin to Gr. ?, Lith. trimti. Cf. {Tremulous}, {Tremor}.] 1. To shake involuntarily, as with …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • tremble — [trem′bəl] vi. trembled, trembling [ME tremblen < OFr trembler < VL * tremulare < L tremulus, trembling < tremere, to tremble < IE * trem (< base * ter ) > Gr tremein, to tremble] 1. to shake involuntarily from cold, fear,… …   English World dictionary

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  • tremblé — tremblé, ée (tran blé, blée) adj. 1°   Écriture tremblée, écriture tracée par une main tremblante.    On le dit aussi d une écriture particulière dont les traits, au lieu d être droits, sont sinueux. Écriture tremblée, ou, substantivement, la… …   Dictionnaire de la Langue Française d'Émile Littré

  • tremble — Tremble. subst. masc. Espece de peuplier dont les feüilles tremblent au moindre vent. Bois de tremble …   Dictionnaire de l'Académie française

  • tremble — (Del fr. tremblé). m. Impr. Filete ondulado que se usa en tipografía …   Diccionario de la lengua española

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