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jud·der

 (jŭd′ər)
intr.v. jud·dered, jud·der·ing, jud·ders
To shake rapidly or spasmodically; vibrate conspicuously: "Edith would watch her wrestling with words, her thin little body juddering with the effort to unlock them" (Anita Brookner).
n.
A rapid or spasmodic shaking.

[Perhaps j(erk) + (sh)udder.]
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judder

(ˈdʒʌdə)
vb
(intr) to shake or vibrate
n
1. (Automotive Engineering) abnormal vibration in a mechanical system, esp due to grabbing between friction surfaces, as in the clutch of a motor vehicle
2. a juddering motion
[probably blend of jar2 + shudder]
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jud•der

(ˈdʒʌd ər)
v.i. Chiefly Brit.
to vibrate violently: The car engine juddered.
[1930–35; perhaps j (olt) + (sh) udder]
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judder


Past participle: juddered
Gerund: juddering

Imperative
judder
judder
Present
I judder
you judder
he/she/it judders
we judder
you judder
they judder
Preterite
I juddered
you juddered
he/she/it juddered
we juddered
you juddered
they juddered
Present Continuous
I am juddering
you are juddering
he/she/it is juddering
we are juddering
you are juddering
they are juddering
Present Perfect
I have juddered
you have juddered
he/she/it has juddered
we have juddered
you have juddered
they have juddered
Past Continuous
I was juddering
you were juddering
he/she/it was juddering
we were juddering
you were juddering
they were juddering
Past Perfect
I had juddered
you had juddered
he/she/it had juddered
we had juddered
you had juddered
they had juddered
Future
I will judder
you will judder
he/she/it will judder
we will judder
you will judder
they will judder
Future Perfect
I will have juddered
you will have juddered
he/she/it will have juddered
we will have juddered
you will have juddered
they will have juddered
Future Continuous
I will be juddering
you will be juddering
he/she/it will be juddering
we will be juddering
you will be juddering
they will be juddering
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been juddering
you have been juddering
he/she/it has been juddering
we have been juddering
you have been juddering
they have been juddering
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been juddering
you will have been juddering
he/she/it will have been juddering
we will have been juddering
you will have been juddering
they will have been juddering
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been juddering
you had been juddering
he/she/it had been juddering
we had been juddering
you had been juddering
they had been juddering
Conditional
I would judder
you would judder
he/she/it would judder
we would judder
you would judder
they would judder
Past Conditional
I would have juddered
you would have juddered
he/she/it would have juddered
we would have juddered
you would have juddered
they would have juddered
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.judder - shake or vibrate rapidly and intensively; "The old engine was juddering"
Britain, Great Britain, U.K., UK, United Kingdom, United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland - a monarchy in northwestern Europe occupying most of the British Isles; divided into England and Scotland and Wales and Northern Ireland; `Great Britain' is often used loosely to refer to the United Kingdom
vibrate - shake, quiver, or throb; move back and forth rapidly, usually in an uncontrolled manner
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Translations

judder

[ˈdʒʌdəʳ] (Brit)
A. Nvibración f
B. VIvibrar
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judder

[ˈdʒʌdər] vi (British) [machine, vehicle] → trépider
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judder

(Brit)
nErschütterung f; (in car etc) → Ruckeln nt; to give a judder (car etc) → ruckeln
vierzittern; (car etc)ruckeln; the train juddered to a haltder Zug kam ruckartig zum Stehen
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