In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1temblarI was trembling with fear — temblaba de miedo
- my legs/hands were trembling — me temblaban las piernas/las manos
- I tremble at the thought that … — tiemblo al pensar que …
- My body quivered, my hands trembled, and my eyes began to fill with tears.
- She could feel his hands trembling slightly at her waist.
- Ivory's lip trembled slightly and her body shook with fear.
- I trembled with excitement as my ship rumbled to life.
- ‘When the first truckload arrived, my hand was slightly trembling when shooting,’ he wrote.
- Still trembling slightly, I returned to the kitchen and made a pot of strong coffee.
- His eyes were dull and he was trembling slightly.
- He removed his own coat, putting it around her scrawny shoulders which were trembling slightly, then reached down to place her hand in his.
- Her hand trembled slightly, and then it began to positively shake.
- He trembled slightly and said he wanted to be friends.
- My hands trembled slightly as I locked my bike in front of the Rittenhouse Hotel.
- With her slim fingers slightly trembling, Amy disengaged the key he'd given her from her ring and let it spill from her hand to the floor.
- She began to tremble slightly in anticipation.
- And he smote the air with his fists, and believers trembled with excitement.
- He had broken out into a sweat and was trembling slightly.
- She's composed, but her lower lip's trembling slightly, and every few seconds, she'd bite it to try make it stop.
- She could hear her raging heart beat wildly in her ears and she trembled with excitement and anxiety.
- The rain had stopped an hour ago and now a chill swept the air, rustling damp leaves and cutting through bare flesh which shook, trembled, beneath its rabid touch.
- It was still trembling, so slightly he could barely feel it.
- Adam walked beside me, still trembling slightly.
- And yet what I hear is so remote, a tremble displaced in time, so indifferent, its spent passion whizzing above my immobile frame.
- It was all she could do to keep the tremble from reaching her voice, and keep the eye contact from breaking.
- ‘But I do now, and I ask it still,’ Elaine said insistently, but there was a tremble in her voice now.
- But eventually everyone focused back on the subject at hand when the tremble in the arbitrator's voice hinted his conclusion.
- She felt it with a tremble of happiness and hope as her dreary eyes watched the clouds turn from pink to white, the sky from orange to blue…
- When I woke the next morning, it was with a pounding headache and a slight tremble in my limbs.
- Lex drew it along his forearm with smooth precision, savoring the slight tremble under the blade.
- I heard the tremble in his voice as he said her name, like he was afraid to mention her.
- His breath was warm on my face and I could swear I heard a tremble in his voice… or maybe that was just me.
- Jennifer grabbed her car door for support, and was heated with the evanescence of the shock wave, a slight tremble of the ground.
- The thought of a battle sent more adrenaline coursing through her, but she successfully kept the tremble out of her voice.
- When she firmly pressed her hand upon it, the door gave a slight tremble.
- I tip-toed across the room to cast a tentative arm across the tremble of her shoulders.
- When the fish shakes its feelers, they thought, a slight tremble would occur.
- Finally coming back to herself, she tried to hide the tremble in her voice.
- Without warning, she felt the tremble of a sob wrench her body to the floor, hot tears pouring down her cheeks.
- Even when Mr. Taylor reminds Lisa and I about our detention I only experience a slight tremble.
- Stuffing a strand of hair behind her ear, Darcy answered without a tremble in her voice, though inside she felt like her bones had turned to jelly.
- There was a slight tremble just before that which had a magnitude of around 1.1.
- The tremble of torpedoes and guns and the whine of planes sounded from somewhere far above.
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