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pul·sa·tile

 (pŭl′sə-təl, -tīl′)
adj.
Undergoing pulsation; vibrating.

[Medieval Latin pulsātilis, from Latin pulsātus, past participle of pulsāre, frequentative of pellere, to beat; see pulsate.]

pulsatile

(ˈpʌlsəˌtaɪl)
adj
beating rhythmically; pulsating or throbbing
pulsatility n

pul•sa•tile

(ˈpʌl sə tɪl, -ˌtaɪl)

adj.
pulsating; throbbing.
[1535–45]
Translations

pul·sa·tile

a. pulsátil, de pulsación rítmica.
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