English to Arabic Meaning :: flitter

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Verb(1) move back and forth very rapidly

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(1) I'm honestly not that interested, as it was just the flitter of a thought that coalesced recently and I was mostly throwing it out here to see if there was any weight to it.(2) Other than a gash of red banners over the communal table - and the flitter of phosphorescing fish in the tanks that separate the dining room from the kitchen - it is a color-free zone.(3) We whistle, skipping to the car in a delusional, potentially ridiculous flitter .(4) the flash and flitter of coloured wings(5) the flash and flitter of colored wings(6) Mostly all better today, with soothing blue skies and the peripheral visiony flitter of bird wings.(7) The manic warbler was back in force atop the still leafless weeping cherry, with a flitter of potential girlfriends darting among the bamboo still bent over from the recent snow.(8) A nervous flitter of bubbles had formed in her stomach.(9) At least I'm not flittering off having an affair!(10) When you think of fairies, you think of cute little creatures flittering around spreading their sprinkling fairy dust on everyone. This of course is not what fairies are really like.(11) ‘Yes ma'am,’ the sprite mocked before flittering and tinkling out of the door and joining the numerous other sprites who had finished waking their masters.(12) He could almost tell what it was to be a bird, a nightbug, a butterfly, twirling and swirling, dancing upon the high currents, dodging limbs and weaving through flowers, flittering and fluttering ever so high, unimaginably high.(13) His fingers flittered down her face, feeling the same emotion that he had since the moment he met her, longing, love.(14) Someone's fingers flittered across her hand, and she knew it was him.(15) Maggie looked harder out the window and let her eyes get adjusted to the dark until she could see the blades of grass growing near the bases of the trees and the fireflies flittering around the low bushes.(16) She kicked the door shut gently, pushing the lock with her elbow and depositing the pizza on the table in front of him before flittering to the kitchen and returning with plates and napkins.
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(1) flitter ::
1. flutter ::
2. waver ::
3. flicker ::
4. quiver ::
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