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palpitateverb [I]

uk   /ˈpæl.pɪ.teɪt/  us   /-pə-/
(of the ​heart) to ​beat very ​fast and in a way that is not ​regular: My ​heart was palpitating withfear.
(Definition of palpitate from the Cambridge Advanced Learners Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “palpitate”
in Spanish palpitar…
in Vietnamese đập nhanh…
in Malaysian berdebar…
in Thai เต้นรัว…
in French palpiter…
in German klopfen…
in Chinese (Simplified) (心脏)悸动…
in Indonesian berdebar-debar…
in Chinese (Traditional) (心臟)悸動…
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