Ambulate ( verb , verb )

(As a verb)

Ambulate ( verb )

To walk or move about.

Origin:

From the latin ambulare, from amb-, ambi- "around" + -ulare, frequentative suffix.

Examples:

  1. The patient was able to ambulate with the assistance of a walker.
  2. The elderly man enjoyed ambulating around the park.
  3. The patient was encouraged to ambulate as soon as possible after surgery.
  4. The nurse helped the patient ambulate to the physical therapy room.
  5. The doctor recommended daily ambulation to improve the patient's mobility.

(As a verb)

Ambulate ( verb )

To walk or move about.

Origin:

From the latin ambulare, from amb-, ambi- "around" + -ulare, frequentative suffix.

Examples:

  1. The patient was able to ambulate with the assistance of a walker.
  2. The elderly man enjoyed ambulating around the park.
  3. The patient was encouraged to ambulate as soon as possible after surgery.
  4. The nurse helped the patient ambulate to the physical therapy room.
  5. The doctor recommended daily ambulation to improve the patient's mobility.
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