Traducción de shake en español:
transitive verb past tense shook past participle shaken
- 1 1.1 (cause to move, agitate)(bottle/cocktail)(building/foundations)shake well before usehacer temblarthe dog shook himself energeticallyagítese bien antes de usarshe shook herself free from himel perro se sacudió con fuerzato shake somethingse liberó de él de una sacudida
off/ fromsomethingwe shook the fruit from the branchI shook the dust off o from my coatsacudimos la rama para que cayese la frutato shake somethingme sacudí el polvo del abrigo out ofsomethinghe shook the beads out of the bag onto the tableshe shook the sand out of the towelsacudió la bolsa para que las cuentas cayeran a la mesaI shook the creases out of my shirtsacudió la toalla para quitarle la arenato shake handssacuda la camisa para quitarle las arrugasto shake hands with somebodydarse un apretón de manosto shake somebody's hand, to shake somebody by the handdarle or estrecharle la mano a alguienhe shook me warmly by the handdarle or estrecharle la mano a alguiendarle un apretón de manos a alguiento shake hands on a dealme dio un caluroso apretón de manosto shake one's headcerrar un trato con un apretón de manosdecir que no or negar con la cabezaOraciones de ejemplo
Oraciones de ejemplo1.2 (brandish) to shake one's fist at somebody
- From the courtyard, the explosion of a grenade shook the house.
- On the bridge, the explosion nearly shook everyone to the deck.
- The explosion shook the fortress and hurled her to the floor.
amenazar a alguien con el puñoOraciones de ejemplo
- I sit up in my bunk and swing my legs over the side, shaking my foot violently.
- She grabbed at her stomach as forced laughter shook her sides.
- And then the car flipped over tossing them into the side of something and shaking them about violently.
- I turned before I left and shook my fist threateningly at him, then slammed his door.
- Governments that desire otherwise can only shake their fist in anger.
- Glen shook his fist in mock anger, and was answered by another stuck-out-tongue.
- 2 2.1 (undermine, impair)(courage/nerve)hacer flaquear(faith)the scandal has shaken the financial world2.2 (shock, surprise) she was badly shaken by the news of his deathel escándalo ha conmocionado al mundo de las finanzasto shake somebody rigid [colloquial]la noticia de su muerte la impresionó or la afectó muchísimohe needs to be shaken out of his apathydejar a alguien helado [colloquial]necesita un revulsivo que lo saque de su apatíaOraciones de ejemplo
- The town was shocked and shaken by a very horrible tragedy.
- For the next two nights, Kimmel was visibly shaken and uncomfortable.
- A publicist arrives to announce Drew is visibly shaken.
- 3→ shake off
intransitive verb past tense shook past participle shaken
- 1 (move, tremble)(earth)(hand/voice)the branches shook in the windhe was shaking with laughterlas ramas se agitaban con el vientohe was shaking with fear/cold/ragese sacudía de la risaher voice shook slightlyestaba temblando de miedo/frío/rabiale temblaba ligeramente la vozOraciones de ejemplo
Oraciones de ejemplo
- The entire area shook from the attack, and I was sure Logan was cursing at me.
- The whole area shook as pieces of the ceiling began to rain down on them.
- Morgan braced himself as the process began; the whole room shook as the generators began churning out an unearthly hum.
- Tears spilt from gray eyes as Suki's body shook with uncontrolled emotion.
- Her whole body shook with emotion as she strode blindly along some path.
- Chance watched her for a few moments, her body shaking with emotion.
- 2 (shake hands) [colloquial]let's shake on itthey shook on it¡choca esos cinco! [colloquial]¡chócala(s)! [colloquial]Oraciones de ejemplo
- She tried in vain to break the restraints or shake off the helmet.
- But I could never shake off the loneliness that comes from being different from the majority.
- He could never shake off his image as a somewhat effete elitist from America's prosperous northeast.
- 1 (act)(violent)I gave the dice a good shakesacudida (masculine) violentahe gave my hand a firm shakeles di una buena sacudida a los dadoshe replied with a shake of the headme dio un fuerte apretón de manosin two shakes (of a lamb's tail), in a couple o brace of shakes [colloquial]contestó negando con la cabezato be no great shakes [colloquial]en un periquete or en un santiamén or en una patada [colloquial]so far he has proved no great shakes as a leaderno ser gran cosa [colloquial]no ser nada del otro mundo or nada del otro jueves [colloquial]hasta el momento no ha demostrado ser gran cosa como líder [colloquial]hasta el momento no ha demostrado ser nada del otro mundo or nada del otro jueves como líder [colloquial]Oraciones de ejemplo
Oraciones de ejemplo
- Camera shake is one of the most common flaws in any video production and yet it can easily be reduced.
- The walls seemed to stretch and reach forever, but the young man just dispelled the image with a shake of his head.
- He gave a single shake of his head and knit his brow.
- Whatever he had planned for him today, he doubted that the shakes and a cold sweat would go over well.
- The steroid in the cocktail had the side effect of the shakes along with keeping his lungs alive.
- By some small miracle, his leg had gone undamaged, but he had since contracted a severe case of the shakes.
- 3also: shakes plural(trembling) [colloquial]to have the shakeshe got the shakesestar temblequeando [colloquial]le dio or le entró la tembladera or el tembleque or (Mexico) la temblorina [colloquial]
- 5 (Constr)Oraciones de ejemplo
- On the exterior, they replaced the fiberglass wall shingles with stained cedar shakes and put in oversized, divided-light windows.
- The shingles are wooden shakes that, apart from the new sections, are greyed from the elements and the outside paintjob is a cream colour with green trim.
- The neat frame building bore a skin of immaculate white clapboard, the tall, pyramidal steeple above the front door shingled with new cedar shakes.
Verbos con partícula
- 1verb + adverb 1.1 (settle in) Ver ejemplos: to shake down in a job/town
- 1 1.1
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