Ambulant

• (a.) Walking; moving from place to place.
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ambulant

<biology> Walking or able to walk. ... Origin: L. Ambulans = walking ... (05 Feb 1998) ...
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ambulant

(am´bu-lәnt) ambulatory.
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ambulant

(L. ambulans walking) walking or able to walk.
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ambulant

ambulatory adjective able to walk about; `the patient is ambulatory`
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Ambulant

Am'bu·lant adjective [ Latin ambulans , present participle of ambulare to walk: confer French ambulant .] Walking; moving from place to place. Gayton.
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ambulant

ambulant 1. Moving or walking around; moving around from place to place. 2. Walking or in a walking position; specifically, ambulatory; such as, 'She was an ambulant patient and so she didn't need a wheel-chair.'
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Ambulant

Ambulant: Means the same as 'ambulatory' (able to ambulate, walk about).
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Ambulant

In heraldry, ambulant means in the act of walking.
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ambulant

[adj] - able to walk about
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