Hay 2 definiciones de shiver en inglés:

shiver1

Saltos de línea: shiver
Pronunciación: /ˈʃɪvə
 
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[no object]

sustantivo

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  • 1A momentary trembling movement: she gave a little shiver as the wind flicked at her bare arms the way he looked at her sent shivers down her spine
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    • She sings with a power and commitment that sends shivers down your spine.
    • There is a particular passage in Myth that sends shivers down my spine.
    • The word Conservative still sends shivers down the spine of voters.
    Sinónimos
    tremble, trembling, quiver, quivering, shake, start, shudder, shuddering, quaver, quake, vibration, tremor, palpitation, flutter, convulsion, twitch, jerk
  • 1.1 (the shivers) A spell or an attack of trembling, typically as a result of fear or horror: a look that gave him the shivers
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    • Anyway, I'm ill at the moment - woke up at 2.30 am yesterday morning with a very scary attack of the shivers.
    • By the time she'd fully rinsed the lather off of her body, the shivers had become completely uncontrollable.
    • This disability gives a lot of people the shivers, and most of them think me unable to play golf.

Derivativos

shiverer

sustantivo
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  • Okay, we're 3-2 shiverers today - two absentees like the temperature lower than I do.
  • A chilling northerly wind for the early part of the afternoon had the surveyors feeling more like shiverers than twitchers.

shiveringly

adverbio
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  • Dashing up the stairs she'd crept to her bedroom, taken a few deep breaths, and then shiveringly pulled out from underneath her shirt the object of her impromptu burglary and lo and behold!
  • He understands the score's potential to produce a pleasant and shiveringly visceral response, when presented with the greatest sonic allure, and he act upon this understanding.
  • And Close's nasty, shifting canterings with a shovel before he fells his unfortunate brother and humorously lops off his arm to acquire the ring were shiveringly unpleasant.

Origen

Middle English chivere, perhaps an alteration of dialect chavele 'to chatter', from Old English ceafl 'jaw'.

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Palabra del día milord
Pronunciación: mɪˈlɔːd
noun
used to address an English nobleman

Hay 2 definiciones de shiver en inglés:

shiver2

Saltos de línea: shiver
Pronunciación: /ˈʃɪvə
 
/

sustantivo

(usually shivers)

verbo

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  • Break into such splinters or fragments: the world seemed to shiver into a million splinters of prismatic colour
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    • Yet the crystals of my summer didn't shiver into fragments.
    • Something tinkles inside you, shivering, quivering, and then it breaks, shattering like a crystal constellation.
    • The blade fell upon the Indian's neck and shivered into several pieces.

Frases

shiver my timbers

A mock oath attributed to sailors.
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  • Truly this is worse than the ‘Hey, you can shiver my timbers!’
  • Well shiver me timbers and blow me down!
  • A house, is it? Well shiver me timbers. I always wondered what one looked like on the inside.

Origen

Middle English: from a Germanic base meaning 'to split'; related to German Schiefer 'slate'.

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