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trem·or

 (trĕm′ər)
n.
1. A shaking or vibrating movement, as of the earth.
2. An involuntary trembling or quivering, as of the hands.
3. A state or feeling of nervousness, worry, or excitement: The news sent tremors through the stock market.
4. A tremulous sound; a quaver: a tremor in her voice.

[Middle English, terror, from Old French, from Latin, a trembling, from tremere, to tremble.]

tremor

(ˈtrɛmə)
n
1. an involuntary shudder or vibration, as from illness, fear, shock, etc
2. any trembling or quivering movement
3. a vibrating or trembling effect, as of sound or light
4. (Physical Geography) Also called: earth tremor a minor earthquake
vb
(intr) to tremble
[C14: from Latin: a shaking, from tremere to tremble, quake]
ˈtremorless adj
ˈtremorous adj

trem•or

(ˈtrɛm ər, ˈtri mər)

n.
1. involuntary shaking of the body or limbs, as from disease, fear, or excitement; shudder; shiver.
2. any tremulous or vibratory movement; vibration: tremors following an earthquake.
3. a trembling or quivering effect, as of light.
4. a quavering sound, as of the voice.
[1325–75; Middle English < Latin: a trembling =trem(ere) to tremble + -or -or1]
trem′or•ous, adj.

trem·or

(trĕm′ər)
A shaking or vibrating movement, as from a small earthquake.

tremor


Past participle: tremored
Gerund: tremoring

Imperative
tremor
tremor
Present
I tremor
you tremor
he/she/it tremors
we tremor
you tremor
they tremor
Preterite
I tremored
you tremored
he/she/it tremored
we tremored
you tremored
they tremored
Present Continuous
I am tremoring
you are tremoring
he/she/it is tremoring
we are tremoring
you are tremoring
they are tremoring
Present Perfect
I have tremored
you have tremored
he/she/it has tremored
we have tremored
you have tremored
they have tremored
Past Continuous
I was tremoring
you were tremoring
he/she/it was tremoring
we were tremoring
you were tremoring
they were tremoring
Past Perfect
I had tremored
you had tremored
he/she/it had tremored
we had tremored
you had tremored
they had tremored
Future
I will tremor
you will tremor
he/she/it will tremor
we will tremor
you will tremor
they will tremor
Future Perfect
I will have tremored
you will have tremored
he/she/it will have tremored
we will have tremored
you will have tremored
they will have tremored
Future Continuous
I will be tremoring
you will be tremoring
he/she/it will be tremoring
we will be tremoring
you will be tremoring
they will be tremoring
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been tremoring
you have been tremoring
he/she/it has been tremoring
we have been tremoring
you have been tremoring
they have been tremoring
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been tremoring
you will have been tremoring
he/she/it will have been tremoring
we will have been tremoring
you will have been tremoring
they will have been tremoring
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been tremoring
you had been tremoring
he/she/it had been tremoring
we had been tremoring
you had been tremoring
they had been tremoring
Conditional
I would tremor
you would tremor
he/she/it would tremor
we would tremor
you would tremor
they would tremor
Past Conditional
I would have tremored
you would have tremored
he/she/it would have tremored
we would have tremored
you would have tremored
they would have tremored
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.tremor - an involuntary vibration (as if from illness or fear)tremor - an involuntary vibration (as if from illness or fear)
vibration, quivering, quiver - the act of vibrating
2.tremor - a small earthquaketremor - a small earthquake      
earthquake, quake, seism, temblor - shaking and vibration at the surface of the earth resulting from underground movement along a fault plane of from volcanic activity
aftershock - a tremor (or one of a series of tremors) occurring after the main shock of an earthquake
foreshock - a tremor preceding an earthquake
3.tremor - shaking or trembling (usually resulting from weakness or stress or disease)tremor - shaking or trembling (usually resulting from weakness or stress or disease)
quivering, shakiness, trembling, vibration, shaking, palpitation, quiver - a shaky motion; "the shaking of his fingers as he lit his pipe"
essential tremor - tremor of unknown cause (usually of the hands and head) that develops in older people; often mistaken for Parkinsonism but is not life-threatening and can usually be kept under control
paralysis agitans, Parkinsonism, Parkinson's, Parkinson's disease, Parkinson's syndrome, shaking palsy - a degenerative disorder of the central nervous system characterized by tremor and impaired muscular coordination
Verb1.tremor - shake with seismic vibrationstremor - shake with seismic vibrations; "The earth was quaking"
shake, agitate - move or cause to move back and forth; "The chemist shook the flask vigorously"; "My hands were shaking"

tremor

noun
2. earthquake, shock, quake (informal), tremblor (U.S. informal) The minute-long tremor measured 6.8 on the Richter Scale.

tremor

noun
1. A shaking of the earth:
Informal: shake.
2. A nervous shaking of the body:
Translations
هَزَّه، رَجْفَه
otřestřeszáchvěv
jordrystelserystelse
BebenTremor
gyenge rengéslökésrázkódásremegremegés
skjálfti
tremor
apakšzemes grūdienidrebēttrīcēt
jordskalvskakaskakningskalv
sarsıntıtitremeürperme

tremor

[ˈtreməʳ] N
1. (= earthquake) → temblor m
earth tremortemblor m de tierra
2. (= tremble) → estremecimiento m
he said without a tremordijo sin inmutarse
it sent tremors through the systemsacudió el sistema

tremor

[ˈtrɛmər] n
(also earth tremor) → secousse f sismique
(in body, voice)tremblement m
[fear, excitement] → frisson m

tremor

nZittern nt, → Beben nt; (Med) → Tremor m; (of emotion)Zittern nt, → Zucken nt; (= earth tremor)Beben nt, → Erschütterung f; a tremor of fearein Schaudern nt; without a tremorvöllig ruhig, unbewegt

tremor

[ˈtrɛməʳ] n (of fear, shock) → tremito, tremore m; (of excitement) → fremito (also earth tremor) → scossa di terremoto, scossa sismica
it sent tremors down my spine → mi ha fatto venire i brividi

tremor

(ˈtremə) noun
a shaking or quivering. Earth tremors (= slight earthquakes) were felt in Sicily yesterday.

trem·or

n. temblor, estremecimiento;
alcoholic ______ alcohólico;
coarse ______ lento y acentuado;
continuous ______ continuo;
essential ______ esencial;
fine ______ de variaciones rápidas;
flapping ______ de aleteo;
intention ______ intencional;
intermittent ______ intermitente;
muscular ______ muscular;
physiological ______ fisiológico;
rest ______ de reposo.

tremor

n temblor m; Do you have a tremor?.. ¿Le tiemblan las manos?; essential — temblor esencial