לְנַדְנֵד, לְהַרְטִיט, לִתְנוֹד, לְהִתְנוֹדֵד
Verb(1) shake, quiver, or throb; move back and forth rapidly, usually in an uncontrolled manner(2) move or swing from side to side regularly(3) be undecided about something; waver between conflicting positions or courses of action(4) sound with resonance(5) feel sudden intense sensation or emotion
(1) They used piezoelectric motors and nanocircuitry to make the blade they were installed in vibrate very rapidly, greatly increasing its cutting power.(2) the cabin started to vibrate(3) It is this centrifugal force, which varies with the square power of the exciter speed, that causes the machine to vibrate , move forward, and compact the soil.(4) Imagine that you vibrate the pendulum up and down at a frequency of f.(5) When you speak, air rushes from your lungs and makes your vocal cords vibrate , producing the sound of your voice.(6) The buildings in the centre of Sofia are of impressive proportions and it feels great to hear how they vibrate to the sound and how the music resonates against their windows.(7) While drive rail mounts could potentially allow the drive to move or vibrate slightly after it is installed, the drive fits so tightly that it is not going to move.(8) a low rumbling sound that began to vibrate through the car(9) The sitar also has resonator strings that vibrate harmonically with the main strings and adds sustain to the main strings by the same principle, aka feedback.(10) These bones vibrate in succession and move the lower membrane of the organ of corti located in the cochlea of the inner ear.(11) An object exposed to its resonant frequency will vibrate in sympathy with the sound.(12) Ryley was jolted by the power of the system and felt her inside vibrate to the sound of the bass.(13) With that, he opened the door and walked away, but not before he slammed it hard, resounding echoes of the loud thud vibrating into the room.(14) For those who are deaf and blind, vibrating pagers, have been supplied and flashing or vibrating alarm clocks have also been provided for tenants.(15) Yet right from the start, there are moments when his mask of deference slips a notch - when his grin stretches a little too wide, or his laughter vibrates for a moment longer than expected.(16) He would then swim in very tight circles, rapidly vibrating his pectoral and caudal fins.
1. quiver ::
2. reverberate ::
3. resonate ::
4. oscillate ::
5. tickle ::
Different Formsvibrate, vibrated, vibrates, vibrating
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