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British pronunciation/θɹˈɒb/
American pronunciation/ˈθɹɑb/
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expand and contract rhythmically; beat rhythmically

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pulsate or pound with abnormal force

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tremble convulsively, as from fear or excitement

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an instance of rapid strong pulsation (of the heart)

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a steady or beating sensation of pain or discomfort, often like a heartbeat, commonly felt in areas like the head or muscles

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What is a "throb"?

Throb refers to a steady or beating sensation of pain or discomfort, often feeling like a pulse. It can happen in different parts of the body, such as the head, temples, or muscles, and is usually associated with conditions like headaches, migraines, or muscle strains. The pain of a throb tends to go up and down, like a dull, steady ache with occasional bursts of discomfort. Treatment for its pain depends on its cause and may include rest, hydration, pain relievers, or specific therapies to address the underlying issue.

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Tim's swollen hand throbbed after he accidentally hit it with a hammer.
The music throbbed with a hypnotic beat, inspiring the dancers to grind and move in perfect harmony with the rhythm.
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