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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishvibrationvi‧bra‧tion /vaɪˈbreɪʃən/ ●○○ noun  1 SHAKE[countable, uncountable] a continuous slight shaking movement the vibrations from the earthquake The microscope must be free from vibration.2 vibrations
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vibrationThere were no sounds or vibrations.With the car going this fast, the vibration evened out, the ride a lot more smooth.Animals walked there, the vibration of their passing stirring Tallis from her earthly sleep.the vibrations of the ship's engineThe vibration takes the form of an acoustic wave travelling down the rod.Any equipment on a bare shelf is particularly susceptible to vibration.
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