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throb

verb [I]
 
 
/θrɒb/ US  /θrɑːb/ (-bb-)
to produce a strong, regular beat
颤动,振动,跳动
Both records have a good throbbing bass which is great to dance to.
两张唱片都有极富节奏感的低音,很适合跳舞。
Shaking, swinging and vibrating
If a part of your body throbs, you feel pain in it in a series of regular beats
(身体部位)抽痛
His head throbbed, and his body ached.
他的头阵阵作痛,身上也疼。
The throbbing pain in his leg was becoming unbearable.
他的腿阵阵作痛,越来越难以忍受。
Pain and painful
throb
 
 
noun [S]
the throb of the engine
引擎的振动
→  See also heartthrob Pain and painfulShaking, swinging and vibrating
(Definition of throb from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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