vibrate

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Synonyms for vibrate

Synonyms for vibrate

to move to and fro in short, jerky movements

to move to and fro violently

Synonyms for vibrate

shake, quiver, or throb

move or swing from side to side regularly

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be undecided about something

sound with resonance

feel sudden intense sensation or emotion

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This alters the frequency at which the strip vibrates in a magnetic field.
Our bodies are made of energy vibrating at a rather slow rate, surrounded by a field of energy that vibrates at increasingly faster rates as it extends farther from the body.
Then there is a booster to amplify the vibrations, and then it is sent into the horn that vibrates the materials to be welded, while the anvil remains stationary.
For example, the note G (the fundamental) may bring with it the G next above (as the string vibrates in halves), the D above that (as the string vibrates in thirds), the G above that (as the string vibrates in quarters), the B above that (as the string vibrates in fifths) and so on, to infinity.
Constraining the damping material causes it to undergo a shearing action when the structure vibrates (rather than extension and compression as in the freelayer) to dissipate the energy of vibration.
Another innovative feature is a "patient notifier" that gently vibrates to alert patients, including those who have difficulty hearing, of critical changes in device function so they know to contact their physicians.
The system connects to a GPS device and vibrates either left or right when you need to make a turn.
The string vibrates very fast in a back and forth motion.
To make a "thump," for instance, the spider rams its front legs onto the ground and then vibrates its whole body.
The tiny device, called Gaydar, emits high-pitch electronic pulses and vibrates when within about nine feet of a similar gadget.
The more the ball vibrates, the harder the string tugs the posts toward each other.
In addition, the new Atlas devices include a "patient notifier" that gently vibrates to alert patients, including those who have difficulty hearing, of critical changes in device function so they know to contact their physicians.
When you whisper into the hose, only the air inside the hose vibrates.
Since quartz vibrates at a uniform rate, watchmakers captured the "buzz" to make extraordinarily accurate timepieces.