jiggle en Portugués
v. sacudir-se; sacudir, movimentar
He chuckled, and his great paunch jiggled.
Her earrings jiggle back and forth like two precarious pieces of ripe fruit ready to fall.
The line jiggled as the large man unbraced himself and crawled over to the edge.
The picture jiggles as Tony uses the zoom to get in tighter on him.
They bopped, danced, tapped, jiggled.
I think this lamp has a short because the light comes on only if I jiggle the cord.
He stood jiggling his car keys in his hand.
Please jiggle the cellular phone a few times.
Bart, open this door now, or I will jiggle the handle indefinitely!
But if I can jiggle it back...