Synonym: oscillation, palpitation, quiver, quivering, shakiness, shaking, trembling, vibe. Similar words: vibrational, vibrate, celebration, vibrant, vibrancy, ratification, gratification, self-gratification. Meaning: [vaɪ'breɪʃn] n. 1. the act of vibrating 2. a distinctive emotional atmosphere; sensed intuitively 3. a shaky motion 4. (physics) a regular periodic variation in value about a mean 5. a distinctive emotional aura experienced instinctively.
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1 Vibration displaced part of the mechanism.
2 The vibration of the window woke me up.
3 Vibration often springs many parts of the bike.
4 The microscope must be free from vibration.
5 The bats have graphite shafts that absorb the vibration.
6 Their instruments can detect the slightest vibration.
7 Aircraft manufacturers want to reduce vibration for the sake of safety.
8 The amplitude of the vibration determines the loudness of the sound.
9 The vibration during operation often caused the nuts to loosen.
10 We know that prolonged exposure to vibration can weaken aircraft components.
11 The vibration of the engine lulled the children to sleep.
12 Then the roar and vibration of the incoming train.
13 This vibration is therefore inactive in the IR spectrum.
14 Rhythm of speech can be felt through amplified vibration.
15 Demonstration 1. Begin by writing the term vibration on the board.
16 No vibration is caused by the vocal cords because they are not being put into action.
17 We have seen how the vibration frequencies may be observed and how each may be allocated to a particular symmetry species.
18 And according to test riders the vibration, particularly at low revs,[www.Sentencedict.com] is less noticeable.
19 Ground-state vibration frequencies are obtained as shifts from the exciting frequency or from the vibrational origin of the electronic band.
20 Vibration and pressure devices can be used to output information to the wearer.
21 Even at full speed the ship's engines cause very little vibration.
22 The radiation involved is normally of frequency much greater than that of any molecular vibration.
23 For a long time he lay awake(sentencedict.com), feeling the vibration of Garvey's snores clear through the trembling planks.
24 I: chapter 6, the topic is introduced by a short discussion on molecular vibration spectroscopy.
25 The shuttle trembled violently as it accelerated along the runway. With a lurch, the vibration ceased.
26 But, as you will realise, the act of digging down towards the rabbit creates a lot of disturbance and vibration.
27 Any equipment on a bare shelf is particularly susceptible to vibration.
28 The optical paths are evacuated and the suspension systems are insulated against mechanical vibration by shock absorbers.
29 The dervish gyrating on his axis echoes the rotation of the earth and taps the sources of creative vibration.
30 As we have seen in Section 5.12, isotopic substitution can lead to changes in vibration frequencies.
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