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throb

1. verb MED of body part2. verb of engine 3. verb MUS of drum, bass4. verb PHYSIOL of heart 5. verb be full of life etc 6. noun MED pain7. noun regular pulsation 8. noun MUS regular beat 1 verb MED of body part INTRANSITIVEbheith ag broidearnachmy head is throbbing tá mo chloigeann ag pléascadh, tá mo chloigeann ag scoilteadhthe wound is throbbing tá goimh sa chneá, tá pian chéadach sa chneámy leg was throbbing with the pain bhí mo chos ag broidearnach leis an bpian 2 verb of engine INTRANSITIVEfrithbhuail verb  c m upreab verb  c m uthe engine was throbbing bhí an t-inneall ag frithbhualadh
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3 verb MUS of drum, bass INTRANSITIVEbuail verb  c m udrums will throb beidh drumaí ag bualadh 4 verb PHYSIOL of heart INTRANSITIVEpreab verb  c m uher heart throbbed wildly bhí a croí ag preabadh go tréan 5 verb be full of life etc INTRANSITIVEthe city is throbbing with life tá an chathair beo beathach, tá an chathair beo bríomhar 6 (also throbbing) noun MED painpian phreabachpian bhroidearnúilthe pain is a throb pian phreabach atá anna throb of pain goin phéine, deann péine 7 (also throbbing) noun regular pulsation frithbhualadh mascpreabadh masc  c m ubualadh masc  c m uthe throb of a helicopter frithbhualadh héileacaptair, buillí troma héileacaptair 8 (also throbbing) noun MUS regular beatbuille masc4  c m ucuisle fem4  c m uthe throb of the music cuisle an cheoil, buillí an cheoil