خفق, نبض, تذبذب
Verb(1) expand and contract rhythmically; beat rhythmically(2) move with or as if with a regular alternating motion(3) produce or modulate (as electromagnetic waves
(1) The atmospheres of these stars pulsate in a very regular cycle, on timescales ranging from 2 days to a few months.(2) Kolesch says unlike the full mesh wall of regular fences that line the highway, the electric fence is just several strands with some electrified wires that pulsate on contact.(3) A type of abstract art that exploits certain optical phenomena to cause a work to seem to vibrate, pulsate , or flicker.(4) blood vessels throb and pulsate(5) As your eyes adjust, you begin to see orange and black spheres hanging from the ceiling that appear to pulsate to the industrial shop noise pounding through the walls.(6) The variable stars in the above image are RR Lyrae variables, single stars that pulsate with periods of about half a day.(7) He started wondering if all cells might similarly pulsate - and if so, would they make noise?(8) Under the band of Milky Way stars, we listened to crickets pulsate in the dewy grass, and watched the orange coals lick themselves with tiny flames.(9) At one point the circle, now apparently a semi-hemisphere, appears to pulsate , half-convincing you that somewhere in this sophisticated box of tricks is a living entity.(10) The one last night was pretty mild, and mountains pulsate less than alluvial land (which is relatively gelatin to a tremor of the earth), but no matter how many times you're shaken, you never get used to quakes.(11) When it reached the horizontal, the mattress started to pulsate , slamming itself into one side of my back, then the other.(12) Unlike planetary and worm gears that rely on several groups of engaged cogs, Wave Drive gears use an elliptical core that is enveloped by a pulsator wheel and a flexible gear ring.(13) It is here that the Latin spirit is set free and one can imagine the Flamenco-flavoured dance clubs of London pulsating with the sound of the Trio this summer.(14) From the age-old cupolas and minarets, vibrant markets to skyscraping buildings and pulsating nightlife, Cairo has it all.(15) But as his avid followers, and all those who witnessed Saturday's pulsating show will testify, on stage, that is anything but the case.(16) Hadleigh blinked and covered her eyes wishing that her pounding headache would stop pulsating behind her eyes.
(1) pulsate :: خفق
1. palpitate ::
2. pulse ::
3. beat ::
Different Formspulsate, pulsated, pulsates, pulsating
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