It depends on the context.
When indicating 'tense' in Chinese, as shown above, there are 'particles', 'time-specifying words' and also many cases where it depends on context.
Body temperature rising, pulse rising ... he's in a state of oxygen deficiency.
In the patient's body the pulse began beating again.
My pulse is slow.
My pulse is fast.
Hey, there's no pulse.
I have an irregular pulse.
His pulse beats slow.
He's building up a network of acquaintances outside his office.
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