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Pronunciation of Thumps: Learn how to pronounce Thumps in English correctly

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Oxford dictionary definition of the word thump:

verb
[with object]
1hit or strike heavily, especially with the fist or a blunt implement:
Holman thumped the desk with his hand
[no object]:
she thumped on the cottage door
[with adverbial of direction] move forcefully or with a heavy deadened sound:
[with object]:
she picked up the kettle then thumped it down again
[no object]:
Philip thumped down on the settee
[no object] (of a person’s heart or pulse) beat or pulsate strongly, typically because of fear or excitement:
her heart thumped with fright
(thump something out) play a tune enthusiastically but heavy-handedly:
the Band of the Royal Marines was thumping out a selection from Oklahoma
2 informal defeat heavily:
[with object and complement]:
Bristol thumped Rugby 35-13
noun
a dull, heavy blow with a person’s fist or a blunt implement:
I felt a thump on my back
a heavy deadened sound:
his wife put down her iron with a thump
[mass noun]:
through the wall came the thump of rock music
a strong heartbeat, especially one caused by fear or excitement:
Jane’s heart gave an uncomfortable thump
Derivatives

thumper

noun
Origin:

mid 16th century: imitative