tremble

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Verb[change]

Plain form
tremble

Third-person singular
trembles

Past tense
trembled

Past participle
trembled

Present participle
trembling

  1. To tremble is to vibrate a little bit.
    The building trembled during the earthquake.
  2. To tremble is to shake with fear, anxiety or excitement.
    She was trembling with fear while waiting her turn to speak at the meeting.

Noun[change]

Singular
tremble

Plural
trembles

  1. A tremble is the act of slightly shaking.
    He felt a tremble in his body as he turned into the dark street.

Synonym[change]