English version

tremor

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishtremortrem‧or /ˈtremə $ -ər/ noun [countable]  1 HEa small earthquake in which the ground shakes slightly an earth tremor2 MIa slight shaking movement in your body that you cannot control, especially because you are ill, weak, or upset
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tremorAnother well-known effect of caffeine is increased hand tremor, which has been measured in numerous experiments.Perhaps the damage here was only minor, a last tremor before the fabric of space-time mended again.The medication can cause hair loss, tremors, and increased weight.This kind of tremor also occurs in anxious patients.His voice had a slight tremor, and that annoyed him, but they didn't seem to notice.It improves all manifestations of the disease although rigidity and bradykinesia are benefited more than tremors.It was a good blast: you could feel the tremor up through your shoes.The whiskey relieved the tremor in his hands.She could feel him shaking, the tremors running down into her arms.
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