un ambulant

ambulant

[am-byuh-luhnt]
adjective
1.
moving from place to place; itinerant; shifting.
2.
Medicine/Medical, ambulatory ( def 4 ).

Origin:
1645–55; (< F) < Latin ambulant- (stem of ambulāns, present participle of ambulāre to walk). See amble

unambulant, adjective
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ambulant (ˈæmbjʊlənt)
 
adj
1.  moving about from place to place
2.  med another word for ambulatory

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ambulant
1610s, from L. ambulantem (nom. ambulans), prp. of ambulare (see amble). Of diseases, by 1913.
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ambulant am·bu·lant (ām'byə-lənt)
adj.
Moving or walking about.

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