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Translation of temblar in English:

verbo intransitivo

verbo impersonal

  • ¡está temblando! (América Latina)
    it's a tremor o an earthquake!
    it's shaking!
    (inglés norteamericano) [familiar]
Example sentences
  • No dejé de temblar, luego vinieron las náuseas.
  • Y tú sabes que no me tiembla el pulso.
  • Los expertos dicen que la tierra volverá a temblar más veces.

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