English - Vietnamese Dictionary
thud /θʌd/Concise Dictionary
- danh từ
- tiếng uỵch, tiếng thịch
- to fall with a heavy thud: ngã uỵch một cái
+a heavy dull sound (as made by impact of heavy objects)
+make a dull sound
+strike with a dull sound
+make a noise typical of an engine lacking lubricants
Advanced English Dictionary
clunk, thump, whomp, wham, clonk, bump:
His head hit the wall with a thud.
noun, verbCollocation Dictionary
a sound like the one which is made when a heavy object hits sth else: His head hit the floor with a dull thud. + She could hear the thud of her own heartbeat sounding heavily in her ears.
+ verb (-dd-)
1 to fall or hit sth with a low dull sound: [V, +adv./prep.] His arrow thudded into the target. + We heard him thudding up the stairs. [also VN]
2 [V] (literary) (especially of the heart) to beat strongly: She felt her heart thud wildly with fear.
heavy, loud, resounding | dull, muffled, soft | sickening
VERB + THUD
She felt her heart give an extra thud.
| hear | feel
with a ~
He hit the floor with a sickening thud.
the thud of a heart, the thud of hooves
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