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Results for: titubation, shaking, swingingTranslations: 125 / 25
 English Japanese(Kanji)
titubation, shaking, swinging揺動 [ようどう]
astounding, startling, world-shaking, amazing驚天動地 [きょうてんどうち]
brachiation, swinging from branch to branch腕渡り [うでわたり]
disturbance, unrest, shaking, trembling, pitching, rolling, oscillation, agitation, excitement, commotion動揺 [どうよう]
earth-shaking震天動地 [しんてんどうち]
heaven-shaking event動天 [どうてん]
inside out, swinging golf club with an inside out motionインサイドアウト
practice-swinging (sword, bat, tennis racket, etc.)素振り [すぶり]
rumbling and shaking of the earth天地鳴動 [てんちめいどう]
shaking, ague, trembling, shivering震い [ふるい]
shivering with cold or fear, shaking, tremblingぶるぶる
slow swaying, rolling from side to side, swinging, wobbling, shake, swing, waver, roll, rock, tremble, vibration, flicker揺ら揺ら [ゆらゆら]
straddle; long (great, swinging) stride, long (big) steps; thigh-scooping body drop (sumo)大股 [おおまた]
swingingスインギング
swinging hard強振 [きょうしん]
swinging log, horizontal bar遊動円木 [ゆうどうえんぼく]
to be shaking, to be trembling震わせる [ふるわせる]
to rebuke, to taunt, to give a good shaking, to knock about痛めつける [いためつける]
to rebuke, to taunt, to give a good shaking, to knock about痛め付ける [いためつける]
to shake and give, to start shaking, to shake out, to write (draw on) a check (cheque)振り出す [ふりだす]
unaffiliated voters, floating voters, swinging voters無党派層 [むとうはそう]
unwillingly, grudgingly, shaking head in refusal (to children)厭々 [いやいや]
unwillingly, grudgingly, shaking head in refusal (to children)厭厭 [いやいや]
unwillingly, grudgingly, shaking head in refusal (to children)嫌々 [いやいや]
unwillingly, grudgingly, shaking head in refusal (to children)嫌嫌 [いやいや]
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