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Detailed Synonyms for shake in English

shake:

to shake verb (shakes, shook, shaking)

  1. to shake
    to shake; to tremble
    • shake verb (shakes, shook, shaking)
    • tremble verb (trembles, trembled, trembling)
  2. to shake
    to shake; to shiver; to tremble
    • shake verb (shakes, shook, shaking)
    • shiver verb (shivers, shivered, shivering)
    • tremble verb (trembles, trembled, trembling)
  3. to shake
    to vibrate; to shiver; to quaver; to shake; to quiver; to shudder; to tremble
    • vibrate verb (vibrates, vibrated, vibrating)
    • shiver verb (shivers, shivered, shivering)
    • quaver verb (quavers, quavered, quavering)
    • shake verb (shakes, shook, shaking)
    • quiver verb (quivers, quivered, quivering)
    • shudder verb (shudders, shuddered, shuddering)
    • tremble verb (trembles, trembled, trembling)
  4. to shake
    to frighten; to tremble; to startle; to jolt; to shake
    • frighten verb (frightens, frightened, frightening)
    • tremble verb (trembles, trembled, trembling)
    • startle verb (startles, startled, startling)
    • jolt verb (jolts, jolted, jolting)
    • shake verb (shakes, shook, shaking)
  5. to shake
    to shiver; to tremble; to quiver; to shudder; to shake
    • shiver verb (shivers, shivered, shivering)
    • tremble verb (trembles, trembled, trembling)
    • quiver verb (quivers, quivered, quivering)
    • shudder verb (shudders, shuddered, shuddering)
    • shake verb (shakes, shook, shaking)
  6. to shake
    to quiver; to quake; to shudder; to shake; to tremble
    • quiver verb (quivers, quivered, quivering)
    • quake verb (quakes, quaked, quaking)
    • shudder verb (shudders, shuddered, shuddering)
    • shake verb (shakes, shook, shaking)
    • tremble verb (trembles, trembled, trembling)
  7. to shake
    – move with or as if with a tremor 1
    to shake; didder
    – move with or as if with a tremor 1
    • shake verb (shakes, shook, shaking)
      • his hands shook1
    • didder verb
  8. to shake
    – undermine or cause to waver 1
    to shake
    – undermine or cause to waver 1
    • shake verb (shakes, shook, shaking)
      • my faith has been shaken1
      • The bad news shook her hopes1
  9. to shake
    – bring to a specified condition by or as if by shaking 1
    to shake
    – bring to a specified condition by or as if by shaking 1
    • shake verb (shakes, shook, shaking)
      • He was shaken from his dreams1
      • shake the salt out of the salt shaker1
  10. to shake
    – shake (a body part) to communicate a greeting, feeling, or cognitive state 1
    to shake
    – shake (a body part) to communicate a greeting, feeling, or cognitive state 1
    • shake verb (shakes, shook, shaking)
      • shake one's head1
      • She shook her finger at the naughty students1
      • The old enemies shook hands1
      • Don't shake your fist at me!1
  11. to shake
    – stir the feelings, emotions, or peace of 1
    to stir; to excite; to shake; to stimulate; to shake up
    – stir the feelings, emotions, or peace of 1
    • stir verb (stirs, stirred, stirring)
    • excite verb (excites, excited, exciting)
    • shake verb (shakes, shook, shaking)
      • These stories shook the community1
      • the civil war shook the country1
    • stimulate verb (stimulates, stimulated, stimulating)
    • shake up verb (shakes up, shook up, shaking up)
  12. to shake
    – move back and forth or sideways 1
    to sway; to rock; to shake
    – move back and forth or sideways 1
    • sway verb (sways, swayed, swaying)
      • the tall building swayed1
    • rock verb (rocks, rocked, rocking)
      • the ship was rocking1
      • She rocked back and forth on her feet1
    • shake verb (shakes, shook, shaking)
  13. to shake
    – move or cause to move back and forth 1
    to shake; to agitate
    – move or cause to move back and forth 1
    • shake verb (shakes, shook, shaking)
      • The chemist shook the flask vigorously1
      • My hands were shaking1
    • agitate verb (agitates, agitated, agitating)
  14. to shake
    – shake or vibrate rapidly and intensively 1
    to shake; judder
    – shake or vibrate rapidly and intensively 1
    • shake verb (shakes, shook, shaking)
    • judder verb
      • The old engine was juddering1
  15. to shake
    – get rid of 1
    to shake; to shake off; to throw off; escape from
    – get rid of 1
    • shake verb (shakes, shook, shaking)
      • I couldn't shake the car that was following me1
    • shake off verb (shakes off, shook off, shaking off)
    • throw off verb (throws off, threw off, throwing off)

Conjugations for shake:

present
  1. shake
  2. shake
  3. shakes
  4. shake
  5. shake
  6. shake
simple past
  1. shook
  2. shook
  3. shook
  4. shook
  5. shook
  6. shook
present perfect
  1. have shaken
  2. have shaken
  3. has shaken
  4. have shaken
  5. have shaken
  6. have shaken
past continuous
  1. was shaking
  2. were shaking
  3. was shaking
  4. were shaking
  5. were shaking
  6. were shaking
future
  1. shall shake
  2. will shake
  3. will shake
  4. shall shake
  5. will shake
  6. will shake
continuous present
  1. am shaking
  2. are shaking
  3. is shaking
  4. are shaking
  5. are shaking
  6. are shaking
subjunctive
  1. be shaken
  2. be shaken
  3. be shaken
  4. be shaken
  5. be shaken
  6. be shaken
diverse
  1. shake!
  2. let's shake!
  3. shaken
  4. shaking
1. I, 2. you, 3. he/she/it, 4. we, 5. you, 6. they

shake [the ~] noun

  1. the shake
    the shake
  2. the shake
    the tremor; the shake
  3. the shake
    the trill; the shake
  4. the shake
    the shiver; the quiver; the tremble; the shake; the shudder; the tremor
  5. the shake
    – causing to move repeatedly from side to side 1
    the shake; the wag; the waggle
    – causing to move repeatedly from side to side 1
  6. the shake
    – a reflex motion caused by cold or fear or excitement 1
    the shiver; the shake; the tremble
    – a reflex motion caused by cold or fear or excitement 1
  7. the shake
    – grasping and shaking a person's hand (as to acknowledge an introduction or to agree on a contract) 1
    the shake; the handshake; the handshaking; the handclasp
    – grasping and shaking a person's hand (as to acknowledge an introduction or to agree on a contract) 1
  8. the shake
    – a note that alternates rapidly with another note a semitone above it 1
    the shake; the trill
    – a note that alternates rapidly with another note a semitone above it 1
  9. the shake
    – frothy drink of milk and flavoring and sometimes fruit or ice cream 1
    the shake; the milkshake; the milk shake
    – frothy drink of milk and flavoring and sometimes fruit or ice cream 1
  10. the shake
    – building material used as siding or roofing 1
    the shake; the shingle
    – building material used as siding or roofing 1

shake

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Related Definitions for "shake":

  1. causing to move repeatedly from side to side1
  2. a reflex motion caused by cold or fear or excitement1
  3. grasping and shaking a person's hand (as to acknowledge an introduction or to agree on a contract)1
  4. a note that alternates rapidly with another note a semitone above it1
  5. frothy drink of milk and flavoring and sometimes fruit or ice cream1
  6. building material used as siding or roofing1
  7. move with or as if with a tremor1
    • his hands shook1
  8. undermine or cause to waver1
    • my faith has been shaken1
    • The bad news shook her hopes1
  9. bring to a specified condition by or as if by shaking1
    • He was shaken from his dreams1
    • shake the salt out of the salt shaker1
  10. shake (a body part) to communicate a greeting, feeling, or cognitive state1
    • shake one's head1
    • She shook her finger at the naughty students1
    • The old enemies shook hands1
    • Don't shake your fist at me!1
  11. stir the feelings, emotions, or peace of1
    • These stories shook the community1
    • the civil war shook the country1
  12. move back and forth or sideways1
  13. move or cause to move back and forth1
    • The chemist shook the flask vigorously1
    • My hands were shaking1
  14. shake or vibrate rapidly and intensively1
  15. get rid of1
    • I couldn't shake the car that was following me1

Related Synonyms for shake



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