Definition of “throb” - English Dictionary

“throb” in British English

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throbverb [ I ]

uk /θrɒb/ us /θrɑːb/ -bb-

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“throb” in American English

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throbverb [ I ]

us /θrɑb/ -bb-

to produce a regular, forceful beat:

His head throbbed with pain.
throb
noun [ C/U ] us /θrɑb/

[ U ] We could feel the throb of the music from the party upstairs.

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