To are accountable to sound overseas
- Report rumor popularity
- tell or scatter rumors
- Report; rumor; fame.
- An abnormal noise of several types, heard on auscultation.
- To report; to sound abroad.
n. an especially intense fresh fruit
an audio heard over an artery or vascular station, reflecting turbulence of flow. Mostly, a bruit is caused by abnormal narrowing of an artery. Hearing for a bruit in throat with a stethoscope is a simple solution to screen for narrowing (stenosis) of the carotid artery, and that can be a result of cholesterol plaque accumulation.
"to report," 1520s, from bruit (n.) "rumor, tiding, popularity, renown" (mid-15c.), from French bruit (n.), from bruire "to create noise, roar," that is of uncertain source. Related: Bruited; bruiting.
(letter.) Report; rumor; popularity.
- (n.) An abnormal noise of a number of kinds, heard on auscultation.
- (v. t.) To report; to noise overseas.