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EtymologyEdit

Latin ambulans, present participle of ambulare (to walk).

AdjectiveEdit

ambulant (not comparable)

  1. Able to walk.
    • 1986, John le Carré, A Perfect Spy:
      They are crossing the carpark with difficulty for Rick is holding Pym's arm in an ambulant bearhug and they are advancing at an angle like a pair of crookedly hung overcoats.
  2. Designed for use by somebody with a disability that impairs, but does not prevent, walking.
    an ambulant toilet

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ambulant (masculine and feminine plural ambulants)

  1. ambulant; walking; able to walk

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ambulant (feminine singular ambulante, masculine plural ambulants, feminine plural ambulantes)

  1. walking, strolling

VerbEdit

ambulant

  1. present participle of ambuler

GermanEdit

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  • Rhymes: -ant

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ambulant (not comparable)

  1. ambulant; outpatient (attributive noun)

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