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Spanish translation of “throb”

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throb

verb /θrob/ ( past tense, past participle throbbed)
(of the heart) to beat
palpitar
Her heart throbbed with excitement.
to beat regularly like the heart
vibrar, palpitar
The engine was throbbing gently.
to beat regularly with pain; to be very painful
dar punzadas/pinchazos, ver las estrellas
His head is throbbing (with pain).
(Definition of throb from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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