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Detailed Translations for throb from English to French


to throb verb (throbs, throbbed, throbbing)

  1. to throb (palpitate; tremble)
    trembler; vibrer; palpiter; frémir
    • trembler verb (tremble, trembles, tremblons, tremblez, )
    • vibrer verb (vibre, vibres, vibrons, vibrez, )
    • palpiter verb (palpite, palpites, palpitons, palpitez, )
    • frémir verb (frémis, frémit, frémissons, frémissez, )

Conjugations for throb:

  1. throb
  2. throb
  3. throbs
  4. throb
  5. throb
  6. throb
simple past
  1. throbbed
  2. throbbed
  3. throbbed
  4. throbbed
  5. throbbed
  6. throbbed
present perfect
  1. have throbbed
  2. have throbbed
  3. has throbbed
  4. have throbbed
  5. have throbbed
  6. have throbbed
past continuous
  1. was throbbing
  2. were throbbing
  3. was throbbing
  4. were throbbing
  5. were throbbing
  6. were throbbing
  1. shall throb
  2. will throb
  3. will throb
  4. shall throb
  5. will throb
  6. will throb
continuous present
  1. am throbbing
  2. are throbbing
  3. is throbbing
  4. are throbbing
  5. are throbbing
  6. are throbbing
  1. be throbbed
  2. be throbbed
  3. be throbbed
  4. be throbbed
  5. be throbbed
  6. be throbbed
  1. throb!
  2. let's throb!
  3. throbbed
  4. throbbing
1. I, 2. you, 3. he/she/it, 4. we, 5. you, 6. they

Translation Matrix for throb:

NounRelated TranslationsOther Translations
- pounding; throbbing
VerbRelated TranslationsOther Translations
frémir palpitate; throb; tremble abhor; be horrified; have a horror; loathe; quake; quaver; quiver; rustle; shake; shiver; shudder; tremble; vibrate
palpiter palpitate; throb; tremble quiver
trembler palpitate; throb; tremble quake; quaver; quiver; shake; shiver; shudder; tremble; vibrate
vibrer palpitate; throb; tremble quaver; quiver; shake; shiver; shudder; tremble; vibrate
- pulsate; pulse; shiver; shudder; thrill
OtherRelated TranslationsOther Translations
- beat; pulsate

Synonyms for "throb":

Related Definitions for "throb":

  1. an instance of rapid strong pulsation (of the heart)1
  2. a deep pulsating type of pain1
  3. expand and contract rhythmically; beat rhythmically1
  4. tremble convulsively, as from fear or excitement1
  5. pulsate or pound with abnormal force1
    • my head is throbbing1
    • Her heart was throbbing1

Wiktionary Translations for throb:

  1. To pound or beat rapidly or violently
  2. To vibrate or pulsate with a steady rhythm
  1. a beating, vibration or palpitation
Cross Translation:
throb ronfler ronken — het maken van een aanhoudend geluid dat het midden houdt tussen zoemen en sputteren