Hay 2 traducciones principales de quiver en Español

: quiver1quiver2

quiver1

temblar, v.

Pronunciación /ˈkwɪvə//ˈkwɪvər/

verbo intransitivo

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    (lips/person) temblar
    (leaves) agitarse
    (air) vibrar
    he was quivering with fear/cold temblaba / se estremecía de miedo/frío
    • I loved the way that the stage just transformed itself with quivering strands of material.
    • She was met with the tip of a black sword quivering centimeters away from her nose.
    • The flame quivered a little more then went out.
    • You are instantly transported into an enchanting vista of cool water-filled ponds that quiver and shimmer with shadows that change with the time of day.
    • We also have the species Astrantia major with green flowers filled with pinkish stamen which quiver in the slightest of breezes.
    • Swung around the head by a string they produce quivering vibrations in the air and have particular significance for initiation rites.
    • The earth shook and quivered underfoot.
    • She brought the feather up to look at it and it quivered in the slight breeze.
    • And it was a relief when Jude swung the steel-hooked gaffing pole over the side, and hauled on board a solid, quivering muscle of a fish.
    • The leaves shook and quivered.
    • At the microscopic level of nature, everything is vibrant - sap flowing, leaves and blades of grass quivering in the wind - but the eye can hardly see them.
    • I used to love doing that, jumping feet first into quivering mountains of brown and red, kicking my way through the gutters where the leaves collected best.

nombre

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    (movement)
    temblor masculino
    estremecimiento masculino
    • I noticed a slight quiver in the man's lips, and to my surprise, he dropped his gun, staggered away, and collapsed to his knees.
    • He sounded calm, but I caught a quiver in his voice.
    • Her body froze as she saw the words, the words that made her quiver with fear.
    • Her hands trembled, a fine quiver that rippled through her body.
    • She was proud of herself for keeping the quiver from her voice.
    • The anger in her face could make the bravest man in the world quiver in fear.
    • He tried to keep his tone matter-of-fact and business-like, but he couldn't completely hide the quiver of emotion as he spoke of leaving her.
    • He had noticed her shaking and the slight quiver in her voice as she finished her story.
    • Amy's voice filled the room, a slight, underlying quiver in her tone, as if she didn't want to hear more.
    • Although she had intended to sound indignant, the quiver in her voice betrayed the chuckle she was controlling.
    • Yes, it was strictly the challenge that appealed to him, he told himself, ignoring a sudden quiver of breath.
    • I silently cursed myself for the quiver in my voice.
    • There's just something in that voice, that slight quiver that lets you know he isn't hiding behind anything.
    • The only indication was the slight quiver of his upper lip as his eyes bore into James.
    • Steel and acoustic guitars, fiddles, banjo, piano, accordion, harmonica, brass and upright bass create a bulbous, classic sound haunted by the quivers of musical saws and other alien devices.
    • His face was calm, but the slight quiver in his words betrayed him.
    • She said, louder this time, and with a quiver in her voice.
    • He ignored the slight quiver in his voice; after all, these English rooms echoed so oddly.

Hay 2 traducciones principales de quiver en Español

: quiver1quiver2

quiver2

carcaj, n.

Pronunciación /ˈkwɪvə//ˈkwɪvər/

nombre

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    (for arrows)
    carcaj masculino
    aljaba femenino
    • Lying at their feet were two new swords and a crossbow complete with a full quiver of arrows.
    • She unstrung it and put the bowstring in a pouch at her belt, and found a quiver and arrows with black fletching.
    • I packed my quiver full of arrows along with my armguard and left the palace.
    • All carried longbows and a quiver full of arrows behind their backs.
    • These include the bow and the basic accessories hunters need, such as a sight, quiver and arrow rest.
    • His sword was sheathed, and his arrows still in their quiver.
    • Archers quickly exhausted quiver after quiver of arrows from their yew longbows.
    • A yew longbow rested on his shoulder; the hawk feather fletched arrows were in the quiver on the other.
    • A tall woman stomped into the clearing, holding a longbow and a quiver of arrows.
    • She dressed in green and carried a longbow and a quiver of arrows on her back.
    • Around the archer's waist and legs were 15 arrowheads, suggesting that a quiver of hafted arrows had been scattered over his lower body and legs, but the bow had long since rotted away.
    • Archers drew their arrows from their quivers and readied to fire.
    • He also had a framed backpack, a utility belt containing tools, a quiver containing 14 arrows, a flint dagger and most amazing of all, a copper axe.
    • Smoothly, he drew another arrow from the quiver and nocked it to the bow.
    • Slung across her back was a large crossbow and quiver of arrows.
    • Joshua could make out that while some archers carried one quiver of arrows, many carried up to three.
    • He carried a longbow and a quiver of arrows and a sword-belt was at his side, although no sword was visible.
    • He carried a small longbow and a quiver of arrows over his back.
    • In the center was an enormous longbow with a quiver of arrows beside it on its own peg.
    • At the time of his death, Otzi was carrying an unfinished longbow, a quiver of unfinished arrows and a backpack.