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pulsenoun [C]

 us   /pʌls/
biology a regular rhythm made by blood being moved through your body by your heart, esp. when it is felt at the wrist or side of the neck
physics A pulse is also a single burst of light or some other form of energy that is sudden and strong.

pulseverb [I]

 us   /pʌls/
to move with a regular beat: The music pulses with soul, Creole, and Cuban rhythms.
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pulsenoun

uk   us   /pʌls/
have/keep your finger on the pulse (of sth)
to be or remain completely aware of what is happening in a situation: He is a talented journalist with his finger on the pulse of the younger generation. Most good agents keep their fingers on the pulse of the housing market.
(Definition of pulse from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Traducciones de “pulse”
en coreano 맥박…
en árabe نَبْض…
in Malaysian denyutan nadi…
en francés pouls…
en ruso пульс…
en chino (tradicionál) 規律跳動, 脈搏, (聲波或光波的)脈衝…
en italiano polso, battito…
en turco nabız, nabız atışı…
en polaco puls, tętno…
en español pulso…
in Vietnamese nhịp đập, mạch…
en portugués pulso…
in Thai ชีพจร…
en alemán der Puls…
en catalán pols…
en japonés 脈拍, 鼓動…
en chino (simplificado) 规律跳动, 脉搏, (声波或光波的)脉冲…
in Indonesian denyut nadi…
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