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throbbing

US [θrɒbɪŋ]
UK [θrɒbɪŋ]
  • v.震响;(有规律地)抽动
  • n.(强烈有规律的)跳动;阵阵的疼痛
  • Web跳动的;悸动;悸动的
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v.
1.
[i]
~ (with sth)
(有规律地)抽动,抽痛to feel a series of regular painful movements
His head throbbed painfully.
他的头一抽一跳地痛。
My feet were throbbing after the long walk home.
我走了很长的路回到家后,双脚阵阵作痛。
2.
[i]
(强烈有节奏地)跳动,搏动,震响to beat or sound with a strong, regular rhythm
The ship's engines throbbed quietly.
船上的发动机有节奏地轻轻震动。
a throbbing drumbeat
咚咚的击鼓声
The blood was throbbing in my veins.
血液在我的血管里有节律地涌动着。
His voice was throbbing with emotion.
他的声音激动得颤抖。
n.
— see also
heart-throb
1.
[sing]
(强烈有规律的)跳动;阵阵的疼痛a strong regular beat; a feeling of pain that you experience as a series of strong beats
the throb of the machines
机器有节奏的颤动
My headache faded to a dull throbbing.
我的头痛逐渐减轻,后来变得微微抽痛。

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