English → English - jiggle

Pronunciation
n. shake, wiggle, up and down movement
v. shake, wiggle, move up and down

English → Spanish - jiggle

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s. zangoloteo, zangoteo, zarandeo
v. zarandear, mover a tirones, zangolotear, zangotear

English → French - jiggle

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n. secouement; balancement; oscillation; déplacement
v. secouer; balancer; osciller; déplacer

English → German - jiggle

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n. Rüttler; Wackler (Eiskunstlauf, Ballett)
v. rütteln; wackeln

English → Indonesian - jiggle

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n. goncang: keadaan goncang, goncangan, kegoncangan
v. goncang, bergoncang, menggoncangkan

English → Italian - jiggle

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s. dondolamento, oscillamento
v. scuotere lievemente, dondolare

English → Polish - jiggle

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v. wstrząsać, skakać, wstrząsnąć, skoczyć

English → Portuguese - jiggle

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s. sacudidida, movimento
v. sacudir-se; sacudir, movimentar

English → Russian - jiggle

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с. покачивание, тряска
г. покачиваться, трястись, покачивать, трясти

English → Turkish - jiggle

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f. hafifçe sallanmak, hafif ve çabuk sallamak
i. hafif sallantı, hafifçe sallanma

English → Ukrainian - jiggle

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n. похитування
v. похитуватися, погойдувати

English → Dutch - jiggle

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zn. schommeling
ww. schommelen, wiegen; doen schommelen

English → Greek - jiggle

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ρήμ. σείω, τινάσσω, τινάσσομαι

English → Arabic - jiggle

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‏تهزهز‏
‏تهزهز، هزهز‏

English → Chinese - jiggle

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(名) 轻摇; 微动
(动) 轻摇; 抖动

English → Chinese - jiggle

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(名) 輕搖; 微動
(動) 輕搖; 抖動

English → Hindi - jiggle

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v. ठनठनाना, घनघनाना, बजना

English → Japanese - jiggle

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(動) 小刻みに動かす; 小刻みに動く
(名) 小刻みな動き, 小刻みな揺れ

English → Korean - jiggle

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명. 흔들림, 가벼운 흔들림
동. 가볍게 흔들다, 위로 아래로 움직이다

English → Vietnamese - jiggle

Pronunciation
n. cái lắc lắc nhẹ, cái xóc xóc nhẹ, động tác đưa đẩy nhẹ
v. lắc lắc nhẹ, xóc xóc nhẹ, đưa đẩy nhẹ

Definition of jiggle

Pronunciation
Noun
1. A weak, shaking movement.
Give the key a jiggle and see if it opens.
Verb
2. To shake something gently; to rattle or wiggle.
Jiggle the handle and see if the water stops.
3. To shake, rattle, or wiggle.
The jelly jiggled in the bowl for a few moments after it was set down.
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Verb Forms

Present participle: jiggling
Present: jiggle (3.person: jiggles)
Past: jiggled
Future: will jiggle
Present conditional: would jiggle
Present Perfect: have jiggled (3.person: has jiggled)
Past Perfect: had jiggled
Future Perfect: will have jiggled
Past conditional: would have jiggled
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