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1(quiver)temblor masculineshe felt a tremor of emotion — se estremeció de emoción
- with a tremor in her voice — con voz temblorosa
- He stood and I thought I saw a slight tremor shake his body, and I was staring at him, transfixed.
- Animals that had only slight tremors and no convulsions did not show any lesions.
- Oh how we loved to see our fallen hero struggle through the tremors and slurred speech.
- A lack of it is involved in Parkinson's disease, which causes tremors and twitches.
- Other types may cause slight tremors of the face, or staring spells.
- Was there the slightest tremor in the Lady's hands?
- His body shakes with tremors of grief, and I hold him until I fall asleep again.
- Any imbalance in these neuro-modulators causes involuntary movements like chorea and tremors.
- The main symptoms are muscle stiffness, slowness of movement and involuntary tremor.
- The three main symptoms are tremors, rigidity and slowness of movement, although not everyone will experience all three.
- ‘She keeps having fits, and they are not just little tremors but fits that seem to shake her whole body,’ said her mother.
- Parkinson's Disease is a severe disorder of movement, presenting with muscle rigidity, tremor, and most distressing of all the inability to translate a thought into a movement.
- He ripped his gaze from me and backed away even further, keeping his head bowed so that he could not look at me and a slight tremor shook him.
- They also say the robotic computer's ability to filter out routine hand tremors and scale down movements when tinier cuts are needed means more precision.
- By popping the odd pill, she faced the risk of developing an urge to move about constantly, shaking or tremors and an inability to control certain muscles in the tongue, mouth, arms and legs.
- Then, he spoke, and his voice was filled with so much fear that, though his body's tremors stopped, his voice continued to do so.
- The prolonged use of neuroleptic drugs (major tranquillizers) can produce movement disorders, including tremors, tics, and smacking of the lips.
- Parkinson's disease is a common neurodegenerative disorder, predominantly of the elderly, manifested by rigidity, tremors and movement difficulty.
- Dopamine production goes awry in the brains of Parkinson's patients, leading to the muscle rigidity and tremors associated with the disorder.
- As a result, patients suffer from muscle tremors, rigidity of movement, and balance and coordination problems.
3temblor (de tierra) masculineseísmo masculinesismo masculine Latin America
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