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move involuntarily, move reflexively - quicken - stretch, stretch out - chasquearclick, flick, snap - bend, flex - cundir, difundirse, divulgarse, extenderse, propagarsebroaden, get about, get around, get round, proliferate, propagate, spread, spread like wildfire - extendersereach, reach out - ocuparse en frusleríaspotter, potter around, putter, putter around - bailar, danzardance, trip the light fantastic, trip the light fantastic toe - quedarse atrásdrop back - hit the deck, hit the dirt - gravitate - volarfly - ceder, ceder el paso, correrse, echarse a una parte, echarse a un lado, hacerse a un ladoease up, give, give way, move aside, move over, move up, sidestep, turn aside, yield - cut to - cabecearlurch, pitch, shift - agitar, sacudir, traquetearjar, jolt - agachar, agacharse, esconderseduck - agitarse, fluctuar, menearsebob - wallow, welter - deslizarse, insinuarse, menear los pies, menearse, moverse, patalear, retorcer, retorcerse, serpentear, torcer, trenzar, zigzaguearsquirm, twist, worm, wrestle, wriggle, writhe - tambalearsecoggle, wobble - sashay, sidle - acercarse furtivamente, moverse sigilosamentesidle, thread - deslizarse, deslizarse, pasar rápidamente, pasar majestuosamente, pasar rápidamentesail, sweep - arrasar, asolar, azotar, barrer, extendersebrush, sweep - contonearse, menearsewaggle, wamble - chop - reciprocate - move back and forth - cabecear, inclinarse, ladearse, oscilarnod - beat, pulsate, quiver - aporrear, golpear fuertemente, latir, pulsarbeat, pound, thump - bambolearse, tambalearse, vacilarseesaw, teeter, totter - corcovearbuck, hitch, jerk - bascular, desplomarse, inclinar, inclinarse, oblicuarcant, cant over, pitch, slant, tilt - moverse, tambalearsecareen, shift, tilt, wobble - agitar, batirboil, churn, moil, roil - deslizar, dislocarse, escabullirse, escurrirseslip, steal - agitar, sacudir, temblar, zarandearagitate, shake - vibrarvibrate - jerk, twitch - flip, twitch - castañetear, chasquear, partirclick, snap - agitarse, dirigirse, girar, hacer un gesto, mover, moverseagitate, budge, make a move, shift, stir - despertar, provocararouse, stir - bailar, danzardance - avanzar dando tropezones/traspiés, trompicar, tropezar, tropezar constumble, stumble over, trip, trip over - oscilar, vacilarfalter, waver - agitar, agitarse, menearse, ondear, ondular, oscilar, volarflap, roll, undulate, wave - apiñarse, arremolinarsemill, mill about, mill around - dar media vuelta, doblar, girar, girarseturn - asustarse, brincar, dar un respingo, llevarse un susto, saltar, sobresaltarsejump, overkill, start, startle - mope, mope around - elevarse abestride, climb on, get on, hop on, jump on, mount, mount up - climb - abalanzarse, botar, brincar, saltar, tirarsebound, hop, jump, leap, spring - bolt - get down - coger, llevarseassume, strike, take, take up - balancearseesaw - abandonar, apagarse, dejar, escaparse, irse, largarse, marcharse, partir, retirarse, salirexit, get out, go out, leave - apartarse, partir peras, romper, separarsepart, part company, separate, split - divergir, separardiverge - escorarlean, list - arremolinarse, dar vueltas, girartumble, whirl, whirl around - arreglar las diferencias, carearse, concurrir, juntarse, reconcillarse, reunirse, unirseclose, come together - andar ajetreadobustle, bustle about, hustle - juguetear con algo, manosear, moverse sin cesarfidget - bigardear, bigardonear, demorar, demorarse, durar, gandulear, ir despacio, moverse muy despacio, tomarse su tiempodawdle, linger, take one's time - achicarse, acholarse, acobardarse, acojonarse, acoquinarse, agazaparse, amedrentarse, arredrarse, asustarse, asustarse de, atemorizarse, aterrarse, cagarse, ciscarse, coger miedo, contraerse, darse un susto, echarse atrás, encogerse, enroscarse, espantarse, estremecerse, hacer muecas de dolor, rajarse, reaccionar, recular, retorcerse, retroceder, sobresaltarsebecome afraid, become scared, chicken out, cower, cringe, crouch, flinch, funk, get afraid, get scared, quail, recoil, shrink, squinch, take fright, wince - embestir, empujar, impeler, lanzarse, precipitarse, propulsarhurl, hurtle, lunge, thrust - swoop - correr, crecer, fluir, manarflow, flux - correr, crecer, fluir, gotear, manarcourse, feed, flow, leak, run, stream - flurry - streak - heave - chocar, colisionar, estrellarse, quebrarsecrash - thunder - chasquearsnap - agitar, aletear, golpetearbeat, flap - fling - brincar, cojear, saltarhop - girar, revolverse, virar, voltear, volver, volverseturn - apartarse, eludir, escabullirse, esquivar, evitar, falsear el cuerpo, huir el cuerpo, hurtar el cuerpo, regatearavoid, dodge, evade, get out of the way, jump away, leap away, sidestep - esfumarse, esquivar, largarsedodge, make oneself scarce - throw - dejar pasar, dejar paso/sitio, dejar sitio, hacer lugar, hacer sitioallow to pass, let through, make room, make space, make way, overlook, stand aside, step aside - agitar, mecer, moverdance - grab - cut - close - hervirroll, seethe - dejarlay, place, pose, position, put, set - impeler, impulsar, propulsarimpel, propel - mudar, mudarse de casa, trasladar, trasladarsemove, move house - temblarquake, tremor - deportar, transportartransport - congregarsecongregate - strike out - jump, jump off, leap - slip[Spéc.]

gesto, movimientomotility, motion, move, movement[Dérivé]

circulate, mobilise, mobilize - desplazar, moverdisplace, move - quitar, retirar, sacarmove out, remove, take out[Cause]

adiestrar, adiestrarse, ejercitarse, entrenar, entrenarse, hacer ejercicioexercise, train, -work, work out - cargar, llevarbear - hacer un injerto, injertar, transplantar, trasplantargraft, transplant - apretar, empujarforce, push[Domaine]

detenerse, pararsecome to a halt, come to a standstill, come to a stop, halt, pull up, stand still, stop[Ant.]

move (v.) • mover (v. trans.) • moverse (v. intr.) • trasladar (v. trans.)



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