auscultate

verb
aus·cul·tate | \ˈȯ-skəl-ˌtāt \
auscultated; auscultating

Definition of auscultate 

transitive verb

: to examine by auscultation auscultate the patient's heart for a murmur

Other Words from auscultate

auscultatory \ȯ-ˈskəl-tə-ˌtȯr-ē \ adjective

First Known Use of auscultate

1831, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for auscultate

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auscultate

transitive verb
aus·cul·tate | \ˈȯ-skəl-ˌtāt \
auscultated; auscultating

Medical Definition of auscultate 

: to examine by auscultation

Other Words from auscultate

auscultatory \ȯ-ˈskəl-tə-ˌtōr-ē, -ˌtȯr- \ adjective

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