There are 2 translations of throb in Spanish:

throb1

Pronunciation: /θrɑːb; θrɒb/

vi (-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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There are 2 translations of throb in Spanish:

throb2

n

  • 1.1 (of engine) vibración (f); (of heart) latido (m)
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    • Ease on in to the cool interior and the steady throb of the reggae beat tells you that you are in Marley Country.
    • Slowly, a rhythm grew inside my bosom, resulting in a pulsating throb of emotion from the bow to the instrument.
    • Occasionally the drumline rides on a steady electronic throb, but that's it.
    1.2 (of wound, headache) dolor (m) punzante
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    • Perhaps it was the dull throb of pain or the tyre mark on my shoe that put me in a particularly vicious mood.
    • It doesn't hurt as much as throb and that sensitive pain when I eat something hot or cold.
    • He forced himself onto his knees, ignoring the dull throb of pain that threatened to flare up any second and crawled a few inches, feeling the air blindly in front of him, before stopping to listen.

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Word of the day emprender
vt
to embark on …
Cultural fact of the day

Today is a public holiday in Argentina (Día de la Independencia)