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Difference between 'ambulate' and 'amputate'


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'Ambulate' means to locomote or move from place to place.

'Amputate' means to remove by surgery.


Sample Usage

eg 1. The creature seemed strange and was ambulating rapidly.

eg 2. The damaged leg had to be amputated.


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