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vibration 中文解釋 wordnet sense Collocation Usage
Noun
/vīˈbrāSHən/,
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vibrations, plural;
  1. An instance of vibrating
    • - powerful vibrations from an earthquake
    • - the big-capacity engine generated less vibration
  2. An oscillation of the parts of a fluid or an elastic solid whose equilibrium has been disturbed, or of an electromagnetic wave

  3. A person's emotional state, the atmosphere of a place, or the associations of an object, as communicated to and felt by others


  1. the act of vibrating
  2. shaking: a shaky motion; "the shaking of his fingers as he lit his pipe"
  3. oscillation: (physics) a regular periodic variation in value about a mean
  4. a distinctive emotional aura experienced instinctively; "that place gave me bad vibrations"; "it gave me a nostalgic vibe"
  5. (vibrate) shake, quiver, or throb; move back and forth rapidly, usually in an uncontrolled manner
  6. (vibrate) oscillate: move or swing from side to side regularly; "the needle on the meter was oscillating"
  7. Vibration refers to mechanical oscillations about an equilibrium point. The oscillations may be periodic such as the motion of a pendulum or random such as the movement of a tire on a gravel road.
  8. (The Vibrations) The Vibrations were an African-American soul vocal group from Los Angeles, California, active from the mid-1950s to 1976. Most notable among the group's hit singles were "My Girl Sloopy" (1964) and "Love in Them Thar Hills" (1968). ...
  9. (Vibrate (album)) Vibrate is an album released by The Manhattan Transfer in September 28, 2004 on the Telarc label. The album is available in three formats: Super Audio CD, CD and MP3 Download.
  10. (Vibrating) Oscillation is the repetitive variation, typically in time, of some measure about a central value (often a point of equilibrium) or between two or more different states. Familiar examples include a swinging pendulum and AC power. ...
  11. (vibrate) The setting, on a portable electronic device, that causes it to vibrate rather than sound any (or most) needed alarms; Move with small movements rapidly to and fro; Resonate
  12. (Vibrations) It is common to speak of impressions as vibrations. Bodies doubtless exude some variety of emanations, which we now deem to be energy radiations, and whose vibratory characteristics are termed frequencies. ...
  13. (VIBRATIONS) A rapid oscillation or shaking that appears to be physical but is not; tremors that are usually felt during altered states of consciousness.
  14. (VIBRATIONS) The energy given off by a living or non-living thing. This energy can be detected and interpreted by a Witch or magickian or psychic.
  15. (Vibrations) Encountering any type of vibrations or feeling noises that are not natural.
  16. (Vibrations) Once Kundalini is awakened, vibrations can be felt on the palms of the hand, in the body and on top of the head. Everything in creation emits vibrations, but the ability to feel them comes only with Kundalini awakening. ...
  17. (Vibrate) To move back and forth.
  18. (Vibrate) means when something shakes very quickly and buzzes. What’s the word?
  19. (Vibrating) the process of removing excess zinc by rapidly shaking galvanized articles
  20. (Vibratory) A finishing process whereby the part is vibrated, and rotated, while submerged in a bed of specified finishing media. (Martin typically utilizes ceramic media). Also used to describe the machines used to perform this process.
  21. (Vibratory) The most prevalent machine used in industry worldwide. A vibratory screening machine utilizes an imbalanced motor to shake the entire body of the machine, thus transferring this vibration to the high tensioned screen cloth (high tension is needed to help transmit the energy).
  22. is a massage stroke performed with a high frequency in a shaking manner. Rocking is a variation of vibration.
  23. The rapid back-and-fourth movement, often invisible, in space of an object against which some force has been applied.
  24. The lingering, low-frequency oscillation of the racquet after ball contact that players feel. Generally, more flexible racquets produce greater low-level vibration than stiffer frames. ...
  25. Movement of a pendulum or other oscillating element, limited by two consecutive extreme positions. The balance of a mechanical watch generally makes five or six vibrations per second (i.e. ...