ambulance

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Ambulances

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From French ambulance, from ambulant (walking, shifting), from Latin ambulō (I walk, I go about).

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ambulance (plural ambulances)

  1. An emergency vehicle that transports sick or injured people to a hospital.
  2. (military) A mobile field hospital.

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Czech[edit]

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ambulance f

  1. ambulance
  2. A hospital ward or department that offers outpatient care.

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French[edit]

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ambulance f (plural ambulances)

  1. ambulance

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Jèrriais[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From English and French ambulance.

Noun[edit]

ambulance f (plural ambulances)

  1. ambulance