plural noun
1. (colloquial) (general) 
Katy still gets the jitters before getting on stage.A Katy todavía le dan nervios antes de subirse al escenario.
b. el canguelo (M) (colloquial) 
The groom was starting to get jitters, but his best man was there to help him.Al novio le entró el canguelo, pero el padrino estaba ahí para ayudarlo.
1. (colloquial) 
a. no direct translation 
the jitterscanguelo m
I got the jittersme entró canguelo or
jitters [ˈdʒɪtəz]
plural noun
the jitters el canguelo (informal); los nervios; to get the jitters ponerse nervioso; to give sb the jitters poner nervioso a algn; to have the jitters tener el canguelo (informal); estar nervioso
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