Translation of convulse in Spanish:
- 1.1 (contort) (usually passive) he was convulsed with paintheir antics convulsed the audiencese retorcía del dolorel público se desternillaba (de risa) con sus payasadas [colloquial]Example sentences1.2 (shake, rock)
- Kristine tightened her muscles while her body convulsed.
- Her body jerked and convulsed in pain and she fell backwards, dropping her sword with a clatter.
- His words echoed in the emptiness of his mind as his frail, emaciated body began to convulse and was racked by involuntary spasms.
- From the moment I picked your book up until I laid it down I was convulsed with laughter.
- She looked to the king and queen for support, but both were convulsed with laughter.
- Please excuse the lack of in-depth analysis of this story, but it's hard to type when your entire body is convulsed with hysterical laughter.
- There are huge political and social upheavals that are convulsing the nation.
- By 1983, protests against the dictatorship by social organizations and the banned political parties convulsed the country.
- In September 1949, tens of millions hoped that the establishment of a Communist government in China would bring an end to the military and political turmoil that had convulsed the country for most of the first half of the twentieth century.
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