- 1 1.1 [Physiol] pulso (m) I could feel my pulse racing sentía que el corazón me latía muy rápido to take sb's pulse tomarle el pulso a algn to keep one's finger on the pulse estar* al tanto de lo que pasa (before n) pulse beat ritmo (m) cardíaco pulse rate número (m) de pulsaciones 1.2 (throbbing) cadencia (f), ritmo (m)More example sentences1.3 [Phys] pulsación (f), impulso (m)
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- She could see the blood in his pulse just near his neck.
- If your doctor has told you that you have a narrowed carotid artery, check your pulse at your wrist.
- First he checks the pulse of my left wrist, then the pulse from my right wrist.
- A short pulse or wave of electromagnetic radiation is transmitted from the system into the ground.
- Although short pulses of radio waves briefly disturb this spin alignment, the spins promptly realign in the direction of the magnetic field.
- The researchers used laser pulses to produce a wave packet that contained the outer electron of a lithium atom and traveled around the nucleus on an elongated elliptical orbit.
- 2 [Agr] legumbre (f) (como los garbanzos, las lentejas etc)More example sentences
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- Magnesium-rich foods that may help to build bone include green leafy vegetables, nuts, seeds, beans and pulses.
- Now, new research suggests that a diet high in fruits and vegetables, including spinach, beans and pulses, olive oil and fish helps in the treatment of the joint condition rheumatoid arthritis too.
- Used as a dried pulse, mung beans need no soaking, cook relatively quickly, have a good flavour, and are easily digestible: a collection of merits which few other legumes can match.
- They will also help to widen the food security basket through inclusion of local grains like millets, pulses, oilseeds and tubers.
- Biomass losses from pulses of heavy canopy tree mortality may have consequences for ecosystem resilience.
- The second is green manuring, which can be done with 20 plants, including cereals, pulses, oilseeds and spices.
La movida madrileña is an expression referring to the Madrid social and cultural scene of the late 1970s and early 1980s, and the people involved in it. It was a youth phenomenon based around night spots in the city, such as the now defunct club Rock-Ola. One of the leading lights of the movida was the movie director Pedro Almodóvar.
- [heart/blood vessel] latir the beam pulsed twice a second [Electron] el rayo emitía dos pulsaciones por segundoMore example sentences
- Hours after watching the film, I can close my eyes and see those incredible battle scenes pulsing and throbbing in my skull.
- The darker egg, however, was pulsing and throbbing, showing signs of life.
- We're talking about the aching, pulsing, throbbing pain of headaches.