- n. 神经过敏；激动（jitter的复数）
- v. 抖动（jitter的三单形式）；紧张不安；使激动
1. twitter / chatter => chitter "imitative of birds" => jitter.
- jitters (n.)
- "extreme nervousness," 1925, American English, perhaps an alteration of dialectal chitter "tremble, shiver," from Middle English chittern "to twitter, chatter."
- 1. I had a case of the jitters during my first two speeches.
- 2. Officials feared that any public announcements would only increase market jitters.
- 3. I always get the jitters before exams.
- 4. The whole city had the jitters from the bombing.
- 5. Louise had the pre - wedding jitters so badly she nearly didn't make it to the church.
[ jitters 造句 ]