Meaning of PULSATE in English

PULSATE

/ pʌlˈseɪt; NAmE ˈpʌlseɪt/ verb [ v ]

1.

to make strong regular movements or sounds :

pulsating rhythms

a pulsating headache

Lights were pulsating in the sky.

2.

pulsate (with sth) to be full of excitement or energy

SYN buzz :

a pulsating game

The streets were pulsating with life.

►  pul·sa·tion / pʌlˈseɪʃn; NAmE / noun [ C , U ]

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WORD ORIGIN

late 18th cent. (earlier ( Middle English ) as pulsation ): from Latin pulsat- throbbed, pulsed, from the verb pulsare , frequentative of pellere to drive, beat.

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