Word: pulse

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Synonyms: pulse

heartbeat, pulsation, pulsing, throbbing, pounding, rhythm, beat, tempo, cadence, thudding, drumming, burst, blast, spurt, impulse, surge, legume, pea, bean, lentil, pulse rate, heart rate

Translations: pulse

spanish
pulso, pulsación


german
herzschlag, schlag, pulsieren, hülsenfrucht, impuls, ...

french
impulsion, battre, pouls, battement

italian
polso, pulsazione

portuguese
pulso, pulse

dutch
slaan, polsslag, pols, tel

russian
пульс, боб, драться, импульс, пульсировать, ...

norwegian
puls, hjerteslag

swedish
puls

finnish
tykytys, pulssi, syke, sysäys

danish
hjerteslag, puls

czech
tep

polish
tętno, puls, tętnić, impuls

hungarian
hüvelyesek, érverés, pulzus

turkish
nabız, darbe

greek
παλμός

ukrainian
пульсуючий

albanian
impuls, puls, pulsin, pulsi, dridhmë

bulgarian
пулс, импулс, пулса, импулса, импулсен

belarusian
імпульс

estonian
pulss

croatian
puls, impuls, otkucaj, podrhtavanje, raspoloženje

icelandic
púls, púlsi, hjartslætti, hjartsláttur, hjartslátt

lithuanian
pulsas

latvian
pulss, sirdspuksti

macedonian
пулсот

romanian
puls

slovenian
impulz, pulz, pulza, impulzov

slovak
pulz, impulz, puls, tep

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The meaning and "use of": pulse

noun
  • a rhythmical throbbing of the arteries as blood is propelled through them, typically as felt in the wrists or neck.
  • a single vibration or short burst of sound, electric current, light, or other wave.
  • the central point of energy and organization in an area or activity.
  • a measured amount of an isotopic label given to a culture of cells.
  • the edible seeds of various leguminous plants, for example chickpeas, lentils, and beans.

verb
  • throb rhythmically; pulsate.

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