Medicine

  • 41 medicine — noun Etymology: Middle English, from Anglo French, from Latin medicina, from feminine of medicinus of a physician, from medicus Date: 13th century 1. a. a substance or preparation used in treating disease b. something that affects well being 2. a …

    New Collegiate Dictionary

  • 42 medicine — noun 1》 the science or practice of the diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of disease (in technical use often taken to exclude surgery). 2》 a drug or other preparation for the treatment or prevention of disease. 3》 (among North American Indians… …

    English new terms dictionary

  • 43 medicine — med•i•cine [[t]ˈmɛd ə sɪn[/t]] esp. brit. [[t]ˈmɛd sən[/t]] n. v. cined, cin•ing 1) med any substance used in treating disease or illness 2) med the art, science, or profession of preserving health and of curing or alleviating disease 3) med a)… …

    From formal English to slang

  • 44 medicine —   Lā au, lā au lapa au, wai lā au, hālalo.   Various kinds of medicine: apu, lā au hānō, lā au moe, lā au ho omoe, lā au ho ohiamoe, lā au ho onahā, lā au ho opā, lā au ho opi i, lā au ho opi ipi i, lā au ho opūhi u, hālalo po i, aikūpele, ehu,… …

    English-Hawaiian dictionary

  • 45 medicine — See: TAKE ONE S MEDICINE …

    Dictionary of American idioms

  • 46 medicine — See: TAKE ONE S MEDICINE …

    Dictionary of American idioms

  • 47 Medicine —    A term that is particularly common in discussions of Native American religious traditions and practices. In part, it draws attention to the doctoring or healing powers and abilities of medicine people (e.g., Thomas Yellowtail, Nicholas Black… …

    Historical dictionary of shamanism

  • 48 medicine — See: take one s medicine …

    Словарь американских идиом

  • 49 medicine —    spirituous intoxicants    This substance is seldom ingested to treat disease:     ... [drunkards] fond of taking their medicine. (Mayhew, 1851)    The pretence that we drink spirits for our health is not new, nor does it confound our critics …

    How not to say what you mean: A dictionary of euphemisms

  • 50 medicine — noun take your medicine Syn: medication, medicament, drug, prescription, pharmaceutical, dose, treatment, remedy, cure; nostrum, panacea, cure all; informal meds; archaic physic …

    Thesaurus of popular words

  • 51 medicine — adj (oböj. som har att göra med medicinska fakulteten vid högskola, medicine kandidat …

    Clue 9 Svensk Ordbok

  • 52 medicine — vaistas statusas T sritis chemija apibrėžtis Medžiaga, vartojama gydymui ar ligų profilaktikai. atitikmenys: angl. drug; medicine rus. лекарство …

    Chemijos terminų aiškinamasis žodynas

  • 53 medicine — medicina statusas T sritis Kūno kultūra ir sportas apibrėžtis Sistema mokslo žinių ir praktinių priemonių, skirtų žmogaus sveikatai, darbingumui tausoti ir stiprinti, gyvenimui ilginti, ligoms pažinti ir gydyti. kilmė lot. medicina – gydymo menas …

    Sporto terminų žodynas

  • 54 medicine — see laughter is the best medicine …

    Proverbs new dictionary

  • 55 medicine — noun /ˈmɛ.də.sɪn,ˈmɛd.sən/ a) A substance which specifically promotes healing when ingested or consumed in some way. b) A treatment or cure. Syn: regimen, course, program, prescription …

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  • 56 Medicine —    See Hospitals/Hospices …

    Historical Dictionary of Brussels

  • 57 medicine — sb. Wright’s L. P. p. 88 …

    Oldest English Words

  • 58 medicine — med·i·cine || medɪsɪn / medsɪn n. art and science of disease treatment and health maintenance; medication, remedy, drug; substance used for medical treatment …

    English contemporary dictionary

  • 59 medicine — n. 1. Drug, physic, medicament, remedy, remedial agent. 2. Healing art …

    New dictionary of synonyms

  • 60 medicine — med·i·cine …

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