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  • 1flut´ter|less — flut|ter «FLUHT uhr», verb, noun. –v.i. 1. to wave back and forth quickly and lightly; quiver: »A small flag fluttered in the breeze. 2. to move or flap the wings without flying or with short flights: »The chickens fluttered excitedly when they… …

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  • 2flut´ter|ing|ly — flut|ter «FLUHT uhr», verb, noun. –v.i. 1. to wave back and forth quickly and lightly; quiver: »A small flag fluttered in the breeze. 2. to move or flap the wings without flying or with short flights: »The chickens fluttered excitedly when they… …

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  • 3flut´ter|er — flut|ter «FLUHT uhr», verb, noun. –v.i. 1. to wave back and forth quickly and lightly; quiver: »A small flag fluttered in the breeze. 2. to move or flap the wings without flying or with short flights: »The chickens fluttered excitedly when they… …

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  • 4flut´ter|a|ble — flut|ter «FLUHT uhr», verb, noun. –v.i. 1. to wave back and forth quickly and lightly; quiver: »A small flag fluttered in the breeze. 2. to move or flap the wings without flying or with short flights: »The chickens fluttered excitedly when they… …

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  • 5flut|ter — «FLUHT uhr», verb, noun. –v.i. 1. to wave back and forth quickly and lightly; quiver: »A small flag fluttered in the breeze. 2. to move or flap the wings without flying or with short flights: »The chickens fluttered excitedly when they saw the… …

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  • 6flut|ter|some — «FLUHT uhr suhm», adjective. inclined to flutter; fluttery …

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  • 7flut|ter|y — «FLUHT uhr ee», adjective. apt to flutter; fluttering …

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  • 8a|flut|ter — «uh FLUHT uhr», adjective, adverb. 1. fluttering or waving: »The flags were aflutter in the breeze. 2. Figurative. in a flutter; excited: »The whole village was aflutter with the news …

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  • 9ter — ter; ter·a·con·ic; ter·a·cryl·ic; ter·a·glin; ter·aph; ter·as; ter·a·tism; ter·a·to·genesis; ter·a·to·gen·ic; ter·a·to·log·i·cal; ter·a·tol·o·gist; ter·a·tol·o·gy; ter·a·to·ma; ter·a·to·sis; ter·bi·um; ter·centennial; ter·centesimal; ter·ce·ron;… …

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  • 10flut — flut·er; flut·ist; flut·o·phone; flut·ter·a·tion; flut·ter·er; flut·ter·ing·ly; flut·ter·ment; flut·ter·some; flut·tery; flut·ter; …

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  • 11flutter — flut•ter [[t]ˈflʌt ər[/t]] v. i. 1) to wave or flap about: Banners fluttered in the breeze[/ex] 2) to flap the wings rapidly or fly with flapping movements 3) to move in quick, irregular motions; vibrate 4) to beat rapidly, as the heart 5) to be… …

    From formal English to slang

  • 12Flutter — Flut|ter 〈[flʌ̣tə(r)] n. 13; unz.; Mus.〉 (bei der Wiedergabe von Tonträgern) unruhiger Lauf, der durch die Vibrationen an beweglichen Komponenten von Wiedergabegeräten (Kassettenrekordern, Plattenspielern) entsteht [<engl. flutter „Flattern“]… …

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  • 13flutter — flut|ter1 [ flʌtər ] verb 1. ) intransitive or transitive to move up and down or from side to side with short, quick, light movements, or to make something move in this way: Thousands of spectators fluttered Olympic and national flags. Alexandra… …

    Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • 14flutter — flut·ter s.m.inv. ES ingl. {{wmetafile0}} 1. TS med. → flutter atriale 2. TS aer. vibrazione di una struttura, spec. dell ala, investita da una corrente fluida 3. TS elettr. variazione della velocità di un registratore, un giradischi o sim., che… …

    Dizionario italiano

  • 15Flutter — Flut|ter 〈[flʌ̣tə(r)] n.; Gen.: s; Pl.: unz.; Musik〉 (bei der Wiedergabe von Tonträgern) unruhiger Lauf, der durch die Vibrationen an beweglichen Komponenten von Wiedergabegeräten (Kassettenrekordern, Plattenspielern) entsteht [Etym.: <engl.… …

    Lexikalische Deutsches Wörterbuch

  • 16Flutter — Flut|ter [ flʌtɐ] das; s <aus engl. flutter »das Flattern« zu to flutter »flattern«> bei der Tonwiedergabe auftretendes Zittern infolge ungleichmäßigen Laufes der rotierenden Teile von Plattenspielern, Kassettenrekordern o. Ä …

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  • 17flutter — flut·ter …

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  • 18flutteration — flut·ter·a·tion …

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  • 19flutterer — flut·ter·er …

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  • 20flutteringly — flut·ter·ing·ly …

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