verb (used with or without object), aus·cul·tat·ed, aus·cul·tat·ing. Medicine/Medical.
Origin of auscultate
Examples from the Web for auscultated
The fetal heart must be auscultated every half hour at most, between and during the pains.The Ethics of Medical Homicide and Mutilation|Austin O'Malley
The tonics ought during the time to be discontinued, and the chest should be daily auscultated to learn when the symptoms subside.The Dog|Dinks, Mayhew, and Hutchinson
British Dictionary definitions for auscultated
Word Origin and History for auscultated
"to listen" (especially with a stethoscope), 1832, from Latin auscultatus, past participle of auscultare "to listen attentively to," from aus-, from auris "ear" (see ear (n.1)); "the rest is doubtful" [OED]. Tucker suggests the second element is akin to clinere "to lean, bend."