Traducción de pulsate en español:

pulsate

latir, v.

Pronunciación: /ˈpəlˌseɪt//ˈpʌlseɪt//pʌlˈseɪt/

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    (heart) latir
    (heart) palpitar
    (current/light) oscilar
    the pulsating rhythm of the music el ritmo palpitante de la música
    • the university campus was pulsating with life el campus universitario vibraba / palpitaba de vida
    • Apartment complexes turned clubs as residents celebrated the festival with pulsating music belching out from personal music systems and of course colours sprinkled all over.
    • Blair returned with the grappling pole and began to extend it, gazing at the huge, deep orange jellyfish as it bobbed and pulsated next to the boat.
    • The music was flowing all around her, pulsating, throbbing, sweeping her up and carrying her away with it.
    • Then it's over to flashy dance floors and fast pulsating music that becomes all the more stirring after quaffing a few mugs of chilled beer or a few pegs of booze.
    • For the past 34 years, Toronto has played host to Caribana, a dazzling carnival overflowing with pulsating steelband, calypso, and breathtaking costume displays.
    • If the Universe pulsated then during the contraction he thought that time might run backward.
    • Naturally you start to stroke the blob and it suddenly expands and pulsates like the exposed viscera of a panting puppy.
    • The song, with its lurching vocals, cranky guitars and pulsating rhythm, got me pretty intrigued.
    • The scenes oscillate between shady strip clubs, with excessively loud pulsating electronic beats, to what looks like Albanian countryside, where wild dogs roam and nothing decipherable happens.
    • I was about to make an attempt to get up, as it was 9: 53, and I actually wanted to try to make myself useful, despite the burning sensation pulsating through my body.
    • As your eyes adjust, you begin to see orange and black spheres hanging from the ceiling that appear to pulsate to the industrial shop noise pounding through the walls.
    • The atmospheres of these stars pulsate in a very regular cycle, on timescales ranging from 2 days to a few months.
    • When the ebb and flow of our heart diminishes, we feel separate from the vast world around us, a world in which everything breathes, pulsates, expands and contracts.
    • When it reached the horizontal, the mattress started to pulsate, slamming itself into one side of my back, then the other.
    • Let the sun-downer do its work as the place throbs with pulsating music.
    • A 14,000-watt pulsating audio system and eye-catching lighting added magic to the electric atmosphere inside the auditorium.
    • The one last night was pretty mild, and mountains pulsate less than alluvial land (which is relatively gelatin to a tremor of the earth), but no matter how many times you're shaken, you never get used to quakes.
    • He appears in movies and ads, regularly tours and puts out edgy, pulsating music.
    • Feeling his heart pulsating strongly in his chest, he started towards her, and then stopped in his tracks.
    • The smooth fabric surface is alternately hermetically opaque during the day and eerily translucent after dark; at night the entire structure glows and pulsates like a giant jellyfish.
    • The star was indeed flickering, pulsating with a dying glow.
    • I ask Klinck to assume the position, and I hit him as hard as I can, not stopping until my hand pulsates like a wounded, cartoon appendage.
    • Under the band of Milky Way stars, we listened to crickets pulsate in the dewy grass, and watched the orange coals lick themselves with tiny flames.
    • Its live, pulsating and infectious music complements original dance movements.
    • The track features a gently pulsating synthesizer under a spare, reverberating guitar melody, and is punctuated by the sporadic ebb and flow of a stuttering drum beat.
    • Intensely expressive, she pulsates with angst in contractions, whips up her leg like a command, distorts her body into a stylized, modernist geometry.
    • The narrow, pulsating streets of Pinar proved the exception to the province's otherwise sleepy languor.
    • Hadleigh blinked and covered her eyes wishing that her pounding headache would stop pulsating behind her eyes.
    • She experienced dizziness, peripheral oedema, and pulsating headache and stopped the treatment.
    • Here, however, the ebb and flow of Takuma Itoi's sustained, pulsating textures are so regular that the proceedings soothe more than stimulate.
    • Across one large wall, a purplish strand of smoke pulsated and contracted, cohering into a monstrous head.
    • Besides the taverns, there is a hot nightclub that pulsates into the early hours of the morning.
    • A type of abstract art that exploits certain optical phenomena to cause a work to seem to vibrate, pulsate, or flicker.
    • Pulsating music, pleasant ambience and everything one could ask for the year-end bash.
    • It is here that the Latin spirit is set free and one can imagine the Flamenco-flavoured dance clubs of London pulsating with the sound of the Trio this summer.
    • At one point the circle, now apparently a semi-hemisphere, appears to pulsate, half-convincing you that somewhere in this sophisticated box of tricks is a living entity.
    • The variable stars in the above image are RR Lyrae variables, single stars that pulsate with periods of about half a day.
    • At 18 tracks, it threatens to drag on for too long, but with pulsating songs - Ricky and This Cold - there is always something superb around the corner.
    • Kolesch says unlike the full mesh wall of regular fences that line the highway, the electric fence is just several strands with some electrified wires that pulsate on contact.
    • He started wondering if all cells might similarly pulsate - and if so, would they make noise?