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  1. impulse

    • IPA[ˈimˌpəls]

    美式

    • n.
      a sudden strong and unreflective urge or desire to act;the tendency to act impulsively
    • noun: impulse, plural noun: impulses

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    • n.
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    • 1. a sudden strong and unreflective urge or desire to act:

      I had an almost irresistible impulse to giggle

    • 2. the tendency to act impulsively:

      he was a man of impulse, not premeditation

    • 3. a driving or motivating force; an impetus:

      an added impulse to this process of renewal

    • 4. a pulse of electrical energy; a brief current:

      nerve impulses

      a spiral is used to convert radio waves into electrical impulses

    • 5. a force acting briefly on a body and producing a finite change of momentum:

      ability to communicate motion by impulse

    • 6. a change of momentum so produced, equivalent to the average value of the force multiplied by the time during which it acts.
    • n. the buying of goods without planning to do so in advance, as a result of a sudden whim or impulse.

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    • n. a thing that one buys without planning to do so in advance, as a result of a sudden whim or impulse:

    • we all sometimes make impulse purchases and regret them a few hours later

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    • suddenly and without forethought; impulsively

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    • suddenly and without forethought; impulsively

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    • n. a signal transmitted along a nerve fibre. It consists of a wave of electrical depolarization that reverses the potential difference across the nerve cell membranes.

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    • n. a signal transmitted along a nerve fiber. It consists of a wave of electrical depolarization that reverses the potential difference across the nerve cell membranes.

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    • n. the buying of goods without planning to do so in advance, as a result of a sudden whim or impulse.

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    • suddenly and without forethought; impulsively

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    • IPA[ˈɪmpʌls]

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    • n.
      a sudden strong and unreflective urge or desire to act:
    • I had an almost irresistible impulse to giggle

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