Traducción de judder en Español:

judder

trepidar, v.

Pronunciación /ˈdʒʌdə//ˈdʒədər/

verbo intransitivo

Britanico
coloquial

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    trepidar
    retemblar
    the car juddered to a halt el coche se paró con una sacudida
    • The bus juddered a final time before gaining the safety of tarmac.
    • Jo said: ‘I woke up at about 8am and everything was juddering, which must have been the earthquake.’
    • The machine juddered and shook violently sometimes inching across the kitchen floor.
    • The engine judders quite violently but does not start for some time.
    • ‘He mounted the kerb and juddered forward and back,’ he told magistrates.
    • Nasa has said that it will not fly another shuttle until it has pinpointed why solid foam cladding juddered off the external fuel tank during lift-off last month.
    • The plane juddered skyward, helped no doubt by the mental efforts of 100 twitchy passengers willing it into the air.
    • Just listen to the engine, run it round the block a few times and if it doesn't judder too much in third, hand over your pocket change.
    • Then suddenly, as if I'd thought too soon, there was a terrific pull backwards, and we were all thrown forwards in our seats as the train juddered to a sudden halt.
    • As the ABS anti-lock braking system juddered into action and the car stood on its nose, so I became aware that the seatbelt had tightened into a real bearhug, keeping me tight in the seat.
    • It has a very soft pedal and judders on take-off.
    • The glider dips and banks, the joystick juddering in my hand.
    • Also, again regardless of the revs, the car judders and shudders violently upon the engagement of 1st gear.
    • She collided with the corner of it, causing an almighty bang as it juddered across the lino, and probably scaring the life out of those in the other room.
    • We had to be strapped into our seats because they tilted and bucked and juddered in response to the action on the large screen.
    • He let the slope on the driveway pull him down to the level pavement, juddering over the stony concrete.
    • Greg hit the emergency stop button and as the lift juddered to a halt, said my name very gently.
    • Without even seeing my room, I chase after my taxi, and within minutes we are juddering through the warm spring evening and neon-lit streets which wind down to the harbour.
    • Then James saw his friend's shoulders begin to shake, juddering up and down and suddenly Jenni was crying into his chest.
    • We expected to see great convoys of lorries and trucks emblazoned with UN initials juddering down the coastal road bearing relief and building materials.

nombre

Britanico

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    sacudida femenino
    to give a judder dar una sacudida
    • Most women remember a good sports bra, but forget that treadmill jogging sends rhythmic judders rippling through ample bottoms.
    • But the judder is always there, as though we were watching the film from the bed of a pickup truck traveling on a gravel road.
    • And she's as jumpy as a sack full of rabbits, while running around Britain's Most Haunted Houses - the night vision picking up every squeal, nervous tic and judder that she can give out.
    • The Nexus, you will be glad to hear, seems to be working again - although not without the odd judder and near-collapse.
    • The transfer is overly soft, and the image suffers from constant judder.
    • Occasionally there was a judder as some obstruction was struck.
    • It's the driver's skill, not the different country, that decides whether it's just a bump or a horrible judder!
    • A judder like an electrical pulse sped through Ferdinand's veins from his finger to his heart like a capsule being podded from one floor of a shop to another.
    • Once the judder settles down, the film becomes more watchable, but no one is likely to praise the clear video quality.
    • The doors immediately slid shut, and with a shake and a judder, the floor beneath them lurched.
    • But today, as I set to the grass and weeds there was a mighty judder, and instead of purring like a tiger as it should it began growling like a wounded hyena.
    • When the actors huddle together to evoke an elephant or judder and shake to simulate a moving train, they do it with tact rather than as if expecting us to be bowled over by their skill.
    • A 90-minute drive will generate a lot of heat in the clutch, causing the friction plates - which move together to engage drive - to warp, hence the judder.
    • But even as he did so, a great judder ran through the lift, and it stopped moving.
    • But I know, any moment, she is going to look round, and my heart sinks with a judder into the pit of my stomach.
    • In addition, some slight judder remains, an artifact of the transfer process.
    • Luckily not a single judder or unevenness of movement occurred and the next day the ‘rushes’ indicated that the job had been completed successfully - and not before time.
    • The poles' rotation unevenness and movement judder are caused by several processes.
    • He also suggested that there will be no judder on the cars people actually buy.
    • He awoke to a subliminal judder and then a hollow, deep boom that rocked through the fortress and was not so much heard as felt.