Polish English Dictionary

język polski - English

dygotać in English:

1. dither


I'm all in a dither about the concert.

English word "dygotać"(dither) occurs in sets:

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2. shiver


A shiver ran down my spine.
The mere thought of a snake makes me shiver.
she's shivering
Vampire shivers in pain
Suddenly he shivered, as if he had become aware for the first time of the icy wind.
It made me shiver.
You’re shivering, do you want to borrow my jacket?
1. [verb] - to shiver - to shake slightly, especially because you are cold or frightened 2. [noun] - an act of shivering
They began to shiver, though for the most part they fought bravely enough.
Come inside, you’re shivering. shiver with cold/fear/delight
Harry shivered and looked up and down Magnolia Crescent
The cold wind outside made me shiver.
He shivered with cold in his thin cotton shirt.
I was shivering as if I had a fever.
The castle is haunted, he said with a shiver.

English word "dygotać"(shiver) occurs in sets:

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