Detailed Translations for flutter from English to French


to flutter verb (flutters, fluttered, fluttering)

  1. to flutter (wave; flap; blow; snap)
    flotter au vent; voltiger; voler; venter; voleter; s'envoler; faire du vent
    • voltiger verb (voltige, voltiges, voltigeons, voltigez, )
    • voler verb (vole, voles, volons, volez, )
    • venter verb (vente, ventes, ventons, ventez, )
    • voleter verb (volette, volettes, voletons, voletez, )
    • s'envoler verb
  2. to flutter (ruckle; rattle)
    claquer; cliqueter
    • claquer verb (claque, claques, claquons, claquez, )
    • cliqueter verb (cliquette, cliquettes, cliquetons, cliquetez, )

Conjugations for flutter:

  1. flutter
  2. flutter
  3. flutters
  4. flutter
  5. flutter
  6. flutter
simple past
  1. fluttered
  2. fluttered
  3. fluttered
  4. fluttered
  5. fluttered
  6. fluttered
present perfect
  1. have fluttered
  2. have fluttered
  3. has fluttered
  4. have fluttered
  5. have fluttered
  6. have fluttered
past continuous
  1. was fluttering
  2. were fluttering
  3. was fluttering
  4. were fluttering
  5. were fluttering
  6. were fluttering
  1. shall flutter
  2. will flutter
  3. will flutter
  4. shall flutter
  5. will flutter
  6. will flutter
continuous present
  1. am fluttering
  2. are fluttering
  3. is fluttering
  4. are fluttering
  5. are fluttering
  6. are fluttering
  1. be fluttered
  2. be fluttered
  3. be fluttered
  4. be fluttered
  5. be fluttered
  6. be fluttered
  1. flutter!
  2. let's flutter!
  3. fluttered
  4. fluttering
1. I, 2. you, 3. he/she/it, 4. we, 5. you, 6. they

flutter [the ~] noun

  1. the flutter
    le miaulement; le pleurnicheur

Translation Matrix for flutter:

NounRelated TranslationsOther Translations
miaulement flutter
pleurnicheur flutter bawler; crybaby; mourner; squaller; squealer; whimperer; whiner
- commotion; disruption; disturbance; flap; flapping; flicker; fluttering; hoo-ha; hoo-hah; hurly burly; kerfuffle; to-do; waver
VerbRelated TranslationsOther Translations
claquer flutter; rattle; ruckle clack; clapper; clatter; fill in; fill up; knock; quell; slam; snap shut; tap; tap at
cliqueter flutter; rattle; ruckle clack; clang; clapper; clatter; clink; jangle; jingle; knock; rattling; tap; tap at; tinkle; tinkle away
faire du vent blow; flap; flutter; snap; wave blow; blow hard
flotter au vent blow; flap; flutter; snap; wave
s'envoler blow; flap; flutter; snap; wave ascend; be off; be on the upgrade; become higher; become larger; blow up; bristle; burst off; climb; crack off; depart; develop; flare up; fly away; fly by; fly off; fly out; fly round; fly up; get away; go away; go up; go upward; grow; grow up; increase; leave; mount; rise; rise to the surface; spatter off; start; take off
venter blow; flap; flutter; snap; wave
voler blow; flap; flutter; snap; wave blow; cadge; collar; deprive; expropriate; filch; float; fly; fly a machine; fly about; fly an aeroplane; go thieving; hover; loot; make off with; navigate; nick; pilfer; pillage; pinch; plunder; purloin; raid; rob; snatch; snatch away; snatch off; snitch; steal; swipe; take; take away
voleter blow; flap; flutter; snap; wave
voltiger blow; flap; flutter; snap; wave swirl; tightrope walking; vortex; whirl down; whirl up
- bat; dart; fleet; flicker; flit; flitter; palpitate; quiver; waver
ModifierRelated TranslationsOther Translations
pleurnicheur snivelling; snotty

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Synonyms for "flutter":

Related Definitions for "flutter":

  1. the act of moving back and forth1
  2. the motion made by flapping up and down1
  3. a disorderly outburst or tumult1
  4. abnormally rapid beating of the auricles of the heart (especially in a regular rhythm); can result in heart block1
  5. wink briefly1
  6. move back and forth very rapidly1
  7. beat rapidly1
  8. move along rapidly and lightly; skim or dart1
  9. flap the wings rapidly or fly with flapping movements1
    • The seagulls fluttered overhead1

Wiktionary Translations for flutter:

  1. to flap or wave quickly
  1. action de flotter.
  2. Fluctuation de la vitesse relative
  1. (figuré) voltiger d’un objet à un autre, d’une personne à une autre sans s’arrêter à aucune.
  2. voler à petites et fréquentes reprises, sans aucune direction déterminée.