quake

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Pronunciation[change]

Noun[change]

Singular
quake

Plural
quakes

  1. A quake refers to an earthquake, the shaking of the ground.
  2. A quake is a shaking of something, usually a building.

Verb[change]

Plain form
quake

Third-person singular
quakes

Past tense
quaked

Past participle
quaked

Present participle
quaking

Plain form
quake

Third-person singular
quakes

Past tense
quoke

Past participle
quoke

Present participle
quaking

Plain form
quake

Third-person singular
quakes

Past tense
quook

Past participle
quook

Present participle
quaking

  1. (intransitive) When something quakes, it trembles and shakes.
    Be careful! The ground was quaking a little bit just now.
  2. When you quake, you shake with fear.