Meaning of JITTER in English

JITTER

[jit.ter] n [origin unknown] (1929) 1 pl: a sense of panic or extreme nervousness "had a bad case of the ~s before his performance"

2: the state of mind or the movement of one that jitters

3: irregular random movement (as of a pointer or an image on a television screen); also: vibratory motion

[2]jitter vi (1931) 1: to be nervous or act in a nervous way

2: to make continuous fast repetitive movements

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