[juhd-er] /ˈdʒʌd ər/ Chiefly British
verb (used without object)
to vibrate violently:
an old automobile with a clutch that judders.
a state or instance of juddering.
(intransitive) to shake or vibrate
abnormal vibration in a mechanical system, esp due to grabbing between friction surfaces, as in the clutch of a motor vehicle
a juddering motion
- Judder bar
noun 1. (NZ) a bump built across roads, esp in housing estates, to reduce speeding Also called ramp, (chiefly Brit) sleeping policeman
[jood] /dʒud/ noun 1. a book of the New Testament. 2. the author of this book, sometimes identified with , the brother of James. 3. (def 3). 4. a male given name, form of or . /dʒuːd/ noun 1. a book of the New Testament (in full The Epistle of Jude) 2. Saint Jude, Judas, […]
[joo-dee-uh] /dʒuˈdi ə/ noun 1. the S region of ancient Palestine: existed under Persian, Greek, and Roman rule; divided between Israel and Jordan in 1948; since 1967 completely occupied by Israel. /dʒuːˈdɪə/ noun 1. a variant spelling of Judaea from Latin Judaea, from Judah (see Judah). After the Captivity this name was applied to the […]
[joo-dee-uh n] /dʒuˈdi ən/ adjective 1. of or relating to . noun 2. a native or inhabitant of .