flutter en Español

Pronunciación
s. ondulación; revoloteo, agitación, aleteo; palpitación
v. revolotear, agitarse, aletear rápidamente, mariposear, moverse rápidamente, moverse tremulantemente, ondular

Ejemplos

The curtains are fluttering in the wind.
El viento agita las cortinas.
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The white curtains flutter in the breeze in a heavy, lazy motion, like waves.
Las blancas cortinas se agitan en la brisa en un movimiento pesado y letárgico, como olas.
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We are like butterflies who flutter for a day and think it's forever.
Somos como mariposas que revolotean por un día y piensan que es para siempre.
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fluttering hymns, which seemed to be mounting to the throne of the Lord like a mixture of light and sound—all were expressed by the organ's hundred voices, with more vigor, more subtle poetry, more weird coloring, than had ever been known before.
himnos alados, que parecían remontarse al trono del Señor como una tromba de luz y de sonidos... todo lo expresaban las cien voces del órgano, con más pujanza, con más misteriosa poesía, con más fantástico color que lo habían expresado nunca.
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Two white doves entered by the kitchen window; then came two turtle-doves; and finally all the birds of the sky began to flutter around the fireplace. They eventually lowered themselves into the ashes, and put all the good grains on the plate.
Entraron por la ventana de la cocina dos palomas blancas, y después dos tórtolas y por último comenzaron a revolotear alrededor del hogar todos los pájaros del cielo, que acabaron por bajarse a la ceniza; y pusieron todos los granos buenos en el plato.
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Rose-red jumped back, screaming; the lamb began to bleat; the dove fluttered all around the room, and Snow-white ran and hid herself behind her mother's bed.
Rojarosa echó a correr dando gritos, el cordero comenzó a balar, la paloma revoloteaba por todo el cuarto, y Blancanieve corrió a esconderse detrás de la cama de su madre.
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He was so fluttered and so glowing with his good intentions, that his broken voice would scarcely answer to his call. He had been sobbing violently in his conflict with the Spirit, and his face was wet with tears.
Y se encontraba tan animado, tan enardecido con sus buenos propósitos, que su voz, ya cascada, apenas bastaba para ex presar el sentimiento que se los infundia. De tanto sollozar en su lucha con el espíritu, las lágrimas inundaban su rostro.
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Dorian started to his feet. A terrible hope fluttered past him. He clutched at it madly. “Where is the body?” he exclaimed. “Quick! I must see it at once.”
Dorian se puso en pie. Una imposible esperanza le rozó con su ala y se agarró a ella con frenesí. -¿Dónde está el cadáver? -exclamó-. ¡Deprisa! He de verlo cuanto antes.
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They rose up and sauntered down the walk together. Two green-and-white butterflies fluttered past them, and in the pear-tree at the corner of the garden a thrush began to sing.
Se levantaron y recorrieron juntos la senda. Dos mariposas verdes y blancas se cruzaron con ellos y, en el peral que ocupaba una esquina del jardín, un mirlo empezó a cantar.
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And yet in the back of his troubled mind fluttered an irresistible satisfaction, an animal pride in the thought that this hare-brained terror was his own.
Pero sentía latir en el fondo de su pensamiento una irresistible satisfacción, un orgullo animal, al considerar que este aturdido temible era obra suya.
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Sinónimos

vibrate: quiver, shiver, shudder, shake, tremble, quake, palpitate



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