Possible Results:
latiría
-I would beat
Conditionalyoconjugation oflatir.
Conditionalél/ella/ustedconjugation oflatir.

latir

Y en todos los días por venir, su corazón latiría en esta tierra.
And in all of the days to come, her heart would beat in this land.
Mi corazón latiría un poco más.
Mine might beat a little longer.
El corazón les latiría rápidamente, respirarían más rápido, tal vez empezarían a sudar.
Your heart might be pounding, you might be breathing faster, maybe breaking out into a sweat.
Un marcapasos moderno es un dispositivo electrónico que monitoriza y estimula a un corazón que, de lo contrario, latiría demasiado despacio.
A modern pacemaker is a piece of electronic equipment which monitors and stimulates a heart which would otherwise beat too slowly.
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