tremble

  常用词汇  
['trembl]     ['trembl]    
  • n. 战悚;颤抖
  • v. 发抖;忧虑;震颤
trembly tremblingly trembler trembled trembled trembling trembles
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tremble的英文翻译是什么意思,词典释义与在线翻译:

详尽释义

n. (名词)
  1. 震颤,震动
  2. 发抖,战栗,颤抖,哆嗦
  3. 牛马震颤病,家畜振颤病,中毒性震颤病
  4. 乳毒病
v. (动词)
  1. 担忧,焦虑,担心,战战兢兢
  2. 摇动,震动,摇晃,震颤,晃动
  3. 战栗,颤抖,哆嗦,发抖,打颤
  4. 使发抖,使战栗
  5. 使震动
  6. 恐惧

双解释义

v. (动词)
  1. vi. & vt. 发抖,颤抖 move to and fro; shake involuntarily (as from fear, anger, cold, physical weakness, etc.)
  2. vi. & vt. 焦虑; 担忧 feel great fear and anxiety about sth

英英释义

Noun:
  1. a reflex motion caused by cold or fear or excitement

Verb:
  1. move or jerk quickly and involuntarily up and down or sideways;

    "His hands were trembling when he signed the document"

tremble的用法和样例:

例句

用作名词 (n.)
  1. His remarks struck a tremble into her heart.
    他的话令她感到不寒而栗。
  2. There was a tremble in her voice.
    她声音颤抖。
  3. The dog was all of a tremble with cold.
    这条狗冻得全身发抖。
用作动词 (v.)
  1. He was trembling with rage.
    他气得发抖。
  2. After the severest reprimand, he did not tremble .
    即使受到最严厉的申斥,他也不发抖。
  3. I tremble to think what's going to happen.
    我一想到即将发生的事就担心。
  4. The whole house trembled when the train went by.
    火车经过时,整座房子都在震颤。

常见句型

用作动词 (v.)
用作不及物动词 S+~(+A)
  1. The room is warm now, but he is still trembling.
    房间里现在暖和了,但他仍然哆嗦。
  2. People tremble when they are cold, excited or full of fear.
    人们在寒冷、激动或恐惧的时候,身体会发抖。
  3. His voice began to tremble and tears came to his eyes.
    他的声音开始发抖,泪水涌到眼里。
  4. The old lady's hands trembled as she produced her passport.
    老太太出示护照时两手颤抖。
  5. His hands trembled slightly as he reached for the instrument.
    他伸手拿仪器时,手微微颤抖。
  6. The flags trembled in the gale.
    旗帜在大风中飘扬。
  7. The whole house trembled as the train went by.
    火车经过时,整座屋子都在震颤。
  8. The bridge trembled as the train went over it.
    当火车从桥上开过时,桥身随之颤动起来。
  9. I trembled to think what might have happened.
    我一想到本来可能发生的事就不寒而栗。
  10. I tremble to think of the consequences.
    我为可能产生的后果而担心。
  11. I tremble to think what's going to happen.
    想到即将要发生的事情,我就感到非常焦虑。
其他
  1. Soon Gretel looked up and said in a trembling voice.
    格雷特尔很快抬头看了看,哆哆嗦嗦地说起话来。

常用短语

用作动词 (v.)
tremble at (v.+prep.)
    被…吓得发抖 show fear of (sth) as by shaking
    tremble at the thought (of sth/v-ing)

    I tremble at the thought.

    我一想到这个就发抖。

    I'm trembling at the thought of tomorrow's examination.

    一想到明天的考试我就吓得发抖。

    He trembled at the thought of going back to work.

    他一想到回去工作就发愁。

tremble for (v.+prep.)
    为…担忧 be very worried about (sth or sb)
    tremble for sb/sth

    I trembled for you.

    我为你担心。

    I tremble for his safety.

    我非常担心他的安全。

tremble in the balance (v.+prep.+n.)
    尚未决定,处于紧要关头 be not yet decided
tremble with (v.+prep.)
    因…而发抖; 焦虑不安 shake; be in state of agitation
    tremble with sth

    The children waited outside the school, trembling with cold.

    孩子们在外面等着,冻得发抖。

    The children trembled with fear when they saw the policeman.

    孩子们见到警察时吓得发抖。

    His voice trembled with emotion.

    他的声音因激动而颤抖。

    His hands trembled with eagerness as he opened the letter.

    他拆信时因急切而双手发抖。

    Daddy was trembling with anxiety as to how the talks would go.

    爸爸为那些商谈的进展而焦虑不安。

    The fishermen's wives trembled with their husband's safety.

    渔民的妻子们为丈夫的安全而焦虑不安。

词汇搭配

用作动词 (v.)
~+名词 ~+副词 ~+介词

经典引文

  • Peter..was out of breath and trembling with fright.

    出自: B. Potter
  • Iris's hand trembles but she concentrates on the task.

    出自: J. C. Oates

tremble的详细讲解:

词语用法

v. (动词)
  1. tremble的基本意思是“发抖,颤抖”,表示人或动物因恐惧、强烈的感情或寒冷等原因而身体轻微、快速地抖动,主要用作不及物动词,有时也可用作及物动词。用作不及物动词时,常接with,表示“因…而发抖”,主语通常是人,介词with引起的短语表示原因。
  2. tremble的现在分词trembling可用作形容词,在句中作定语,意思是“颤抖的”。

词义辨析

v. (动词)
tremble, quake, quiver, rock, shake, shiver
  • 这组词都可表示由于震动或受刺激而引起的振动或颤抖。其区别是:
  • 在表示因寒冷或恐惧而发抖时, shake, tremble, quiver和shiver常可互换。rock和shake强调外界因素所致, quake则强调自身因素引起。在摇动的幅度上, rock>quake>quiver>shiver。在摇动的频率上, shiver>tremble>quiver>rock。在程度上, quake最弱,几乎难以觉察。tremble强调无法克服性,而shiver则强调短暂性。用于指声音时, tremble只表示声音断断续续; quiver则指音调高低或声音强弱方面的颤抖。例如:
  • His hands were trembling〔shaking〕 from cold.他冷得两手直哆嗦。
  • He was quaking〔shivering〕 in his boots at the thought.他一想到这些就怕得发抖。
  • The ground quaked under his feet.大地在他脚下震动。
  • His insides quaked at the thought.想到这一点,他心里就发慌。
  • The pine needles were still quivering.松针还在抖动着。
  • A network of ripples quivered momentarily across the surface of the still pool.顷刻间平静的池面上轻轻地泛起一层涟漪。
  • She tried to steady her fingers, but they quivered uncontrollably.她想稳定住自己的手指,但它们不由自主地抖动不已。
  • The tower rocked under the impact of the hurricane.在飓风袭击下这座高塔摇晃得厉害。
  • The earthquake rocked the house.地震使房屋摇动。
  • He was trembling with rage.他气得发抖。
  • The whole house trembled as the train went by.火车经过时,整座屋子都在震颤。
  • Such thought may make you shiver at first.这种想法一开始会使你心惊肉跳。
  • shake,tremble,shiver,quiver,vibrate,shudder
  • 这些动词均含“震动,颤抖”之意。
  • shake最普通用词,含义广。指人或物不自主地颤动、摇摆,常侧重剧烈和无规律。
  • tremble指由于寒冷、虚弱、愤怒或恐惧等而发抖、战栗。
  • shiver指因寒冷或情绪突变而出现的短时间的轻微和快速的颤抖。
  • quiver多用于指事物。指物体像乐器的弦一般地轻微而急速地颤动。
  • vibrate指急速地连续震动,也指钟摆等的来回摆动。
  • shudder着重指由于恐惧、震惊等而引起的全身突然而强烈地战栗。
  • 词源解说

    • ☆ 直接源自古法语的trembler,意为颤抖、害怕;最初源自拉丁语的tremulus,意为颤抖。
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