English to Czech Meaning :: thump

Thump :
bouchnutí
bušit, dupat, tloucibouchnutí, žuchnutí, silný úder, dunivá rána - bouchnutíbouchnutíbouchlbušeníúdery
 
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Noun(1) A heavy blow with the hand(2) A heavy dull sound (as made by impact of heavy objects)
Verb(1) Make a dull sound(2) Hit hard with the hand, fist, or some heavy instrument(3) Hit hard with the hand(4) Fist(5) Or some heavy instrument

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(1) Walter Del Rio often arrives early to thump divots out of the grass with a golf club.(2) At several points during our conversation, I simply couldn't hear over the deafening thump of my own pulse.(3) Thump thump , she can definitely hear my heart.(4) He was quiet, his heartbeat a slow and steady thump against my palm.(5) There was a single, hard thump against the door.(6) By the time I left, the pressure of that bitterness had created a dull thump in my head.(7) Jane's heart gave an uncomfortable thump(8) How can he claim damages when he has not only left the stable door open but has sent out the horse with a hefty good-luck thump on its backside?(9) Through the wall came the thump of rock music(10) Applying increasing pressure on the brakes with 3,000 feet of runway to go, we felt a strong thump below the jet.(11) I felt a thump on my back(12) Then suddenly two explosions rocked the water and the Kursk was down, settling with a dull thump on the sea floor.(13) A loud thump sounded from the hallway, quickly followed by another.(14) His wife put down her iron with a thump(15) The only audible sound was the thump of his steps against the solid floor.(16) Patients may feel palpitations or a thump in the chest when a beat compensates for a prior missed beat.
Related Words
(1) thump ::
bouchnutí
Synonyms
Noun
1. thud ::
bouchnutí
2. clump ::
shluk
Verb
3. hit ::
udeřil
4. throb ::
pulzovat
5. pound ::
libra
6. poke ::
strčit
7. thud ::
bouchnutí
Different Forms
thump, thumped, thumping, thumps
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