вибрация ; сильная вибрация;
вибрировать; сильно трястись
- Mr Kinnock said: "We are going to start to combat the transport congestion and make investment in communications without which commercial Britain will judder to an expensive halt in a very few years.
- And even as its sound struck the cage about him, there was a crash and a judder and the sky was falling in upon him from the darkening night.
- Then his hand seemed to tighten against her waist, making her judder and catch her breath.
- The top hinge flew apart and the door began to judder inwards.
- "We are going to start to combat the transport congestion and make the investment in communications without which commercial Britain will judder to an expensive and dangerous halt in a very few years.
- Passing the township, both brakes jammed on, I slither and judder down the newly regravelled surface, hoping for something to pass and pick me up, but also marvelling at the open splendour of the valley scenery which surprises me afresh every time I look.
- About forty helium balloons that materialised from nowhere with this American girl have been wound hard up into the window, and judder maniacally together in the wind.
- Occasionally there was the heavier judder as larger shells struck.
- As she jumped from the final rung, the structure of the stonework around her seemed to judder.
- He had slid one hand beneath the thin wool sweater, causing her skin to judder as he made contact with her naked midriff.