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pulse

US [pʌls]
UK [pʌls]
  • n.脉冲;脉搏;脉率;强劲的音乐节拍
  • v.搏动;跳动;震动;洋溢着
  • Web脉动;派士;惹鬼回路
Plural Form:pulses  Present Participle:pulsing  Past Tense:pulsed  
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n.
1.
[ususing]
脉搏;脉率the regular beat of blood as it is sent around the body, that can be felt in different places, especially on the inside part of the wrist; the number of times the blood beats in a minute
a strong/weak pulse
强╱弱脉搏
an abnormally high pulse rate
异常高的脉率
The doctor took/felt my pulse .
医生给我量了脉搏╱把了脉。
Fear sent her pulse racing(= made it beat very quickly) .
她吓得脉搏急速跳动。
2.
强劲的音乐节拍a strong regular beat in music
the throbbing pulse of the drums
阵阵强劲的鼓点
3.
脉冲a single short increase in the amount of light, sound or electricity produced by a machine, etc.
pulse waves
脉冲波
sound pulses
声脉冲
4.
[pl]
豆果果实;荚果;豆子the seeds of some plants that are eaten as food, such as peas and lentils
v.
1.
[i]
搏动;跳动;震动to move, beat or flow with strong regular movements or sounds
A vein pulsed in his temple.
他太阳穴上的静脉在搏动。
the pulsing rhythm of the music
这乐曲的强烈节奏
2.
[i]
~ (with sth)
洋溢着;充满(激情等)to be full of a feeling such as excitement or energy
The auditorium pulsed with excitement.
礼堂里洋溢着热烈的气氛。

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