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throb

verb [I]
 
 
/θrɒb/ ( present participle throbbing, past tense and past participle throbbed)
PART OF THE BODY If a part of your body throbs, you feel pain in it in a series of regular beats.
pulsować
My head was throbbing.Pain and painful
SOUND OR MOVEMENT to make a strong, regular sound or movement
walić, trząść się
The whole house throbbed with the music.Shaking, swinging and vibrating
throb noun [C]
pulsowanie, bicie
the throb of the engine
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