Etymology
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ambulant (adj.)

1610s, "walking, moving from place to place," from Latin ambulantem (nominative ambulans), present participle of ambulare "to walk, go about" (see amble (v.)). Of diseases, denoting cases in which the patient may be up and around, by 1913.

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Definitions of ambulant

ambulant (adj.)
able to walk about;
Synonyms: ambulatory
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