Translation of throb in Spanish:

throb

Pronunciation: /θrɑːb; θrɒb/

intransitive verb/verbo intransitivo (-bb-)

  • 1.1 (pulsate, vibrate) [heart/pulse] latir con fuerza; [engine] vibrar the city throbs with life la ciudad vibra de actividad 1.2 (with pain) his leg was throbbing tenía un dolor punzante en la pierna my head is throbbing me va a estallar la cabeza

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