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flutter British & World English

(Of a bird or other winged creature) fly unsteadily or hover by flapping the wings quickly and lightly

flutter kick British & World English

A brisk, alternating, up-and-down movement of the legs when swimming with certain strokes, such as the crawl

flutter-tonguing British & World English

The action of vibrating the tongue (as if rolling an r) in playing a wind instrument to produce a whirring effect

flutter the dovecotes in dovecote British & World English

Startle or upset a sedate or conventionally minded community

flutter the dovecotes British & World English

Startle or upset a sedate or conventionally minded community

flutter one's eyelashes in flutter British & World English

Open and close one’s eyes rapidly in a coy, flirtatious manner

flutter one's eyelashes British & World English

Open and close one’s eyes rapidly in a coy, flirtatious manner

cause a flutter among the dovecotes in flutter the dovecotes British & World English

Startle or upset a sedate or conventionally minded community

flutter English Thesaurus

a couple of butterflies fluttered around the garden

flutter English-Spanish

revolotear

flutter (of wings) in flutter English-Spanish

aleteo m, revoloteo m (de alas)

to have a flutter on the horses in flutter English-Spanish

probar* suerte en las carreras (de caballos)

her remarks caused a flutter among the guests in flutter English-Spanish

sus comentarios causaron un revuelo entre los invitados

there was a flutter of excitement in the audience as the star came on in flutter English-Spanish

hubo un revuelo entre el público cuando apareció la estrella