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Medicine in English
art and science of disease treatment and health maintenance; medication, remedy, drug; substance used for medical treatment

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Medicine in Greek
ιατρικό, φάρμακο, ιατρική

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Medicine in Chinese (s)
药, 内科, 医学

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Medicine in Chinese (t)
藥, 內科, 醫學

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Medicine in Arabic
طب, دواء, قوة سحرية, علم الطب, شراب مسكر عالج, داوى

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Medicine in Spanish
medicina, cura, droga, fármaco, medicamento; profesión médica

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Medicine in Russian
медицина, лекарство, медикамент

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Medicine in Dutch
medicijnen; het medisch beroep; geneesmiddel

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Medicine in Portuguese
medicina; remédio

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Medicine in Turkish
ilaç, tıp, doktorluk, büyü, sihirbazlık ilaç vermek, ilaçla tedavi etmek

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Medicine in Italian
medicina, medicamento, farmaco, medicinale; professione medica; rimedio; (Folcl) oggetto che ha poteri magici; potere magico

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Medicine in French
médecine; médicament, remède

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Medicine in German
Medizin, Arztberuf; Medikament

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Medicine in Japanese
薬; 医学; 医術

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Medicine in Hebrew
רפואה, מקצוע הרפואה; תרופה

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Medicine in Korean
의학; 의약, 약물; 의약품, 의학품

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Medicine in Swedish
läkekonst, läkarvetenskapen; medicin

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Medicine in English
Medicine As the healing art, medicine is as old as thinking man. Before the latent fires of mind were lighted in the third root-race, disease and death were unknown. However, with the physicalization of protoplastic humanity, and the separation of the sexes, the unnatural linking with the animals in the third and fourth root-races disordered the harmonious relations between man and nature. In addition, self-conscious man's continued evolution into matter, with the involution of his spiritual nature, brought about forms of disorder, disease, and physical death. Then, beings from higher spheres descended, and dynasties of divine kings and spiritual guides taught men, leading them to the invention of all the arts and sciences, including the medical use of plants (cf SD 2:364).
Medicine was originally a divine science, providing for the well-being of the spiritual, mental, psychic, astral, and physical man. Archaic medicine included a profound knowledge of genuine astrology, of true alchemy, of occult physiology, of the finer forces vibrating as sound, color, form, thought, and feeling, and whatever related man to his home universe of natural law and order. This was the basis of the natural "magic" which tradition has linked with the medical art. This knowledge was dual in its power to work for life or death, for good or evil ends. Its full comprehension required not only a trained intellect, but the intuitive understanding of a pure spiritual nature. Nevertheless, the Atlanteans acquired enough knowledge of the use of dangerous powers that they became -- albeit with numerous and noteworthy exceptions -- a nation of sorcerers.
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Primarily, the science or science-based practice of diagnosing, curing, moderating, and preventing disease and mental illness.


Dictionary source: The Glossary of the American Council on Science and Health
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Art and science of preventing, diagnosing, and treating disease, and the maintenance of health

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medicine
\med"i*cine\, n.
1. (a) among the north american indians, any object supposed to give control over natural or magical forces, to act as a protective charm, or to cause healing; also, magical power itself; the potency which a charm, token, or rite is supposed to exert. the north american indian boy usually took as his medicine the first animal of which he dreamed during the long and solitary fast that he observed at puberty. h. giddings. (b) hence, a similar object or agency among other savages.
2. short for medicine man.
3. intoxicating liquor; drink. [slang]
medicine
\med"i*cine\ (?), n. [l. medicina (sc. ars), fr. medicinus medical, fr. medicus: cf. f. médecine. see medical.] 1. the science which relates to the prevention, cure, or alleviation of disease.
2. any substance administered in the treatment of disease; a remedial agent; a remedy; physic. by medicine, life may be prolonged.
3. a philter or love potion. [obs.]
4. [f. médecin.] a physician. [obs.]
medicine
bag, a charm; -- so called among the north american indians, or in works relating to them.
medicine
man (among the north american indians), a person who professes to cure sickness, drive away evil spirits, and regulate the weather by the arts of magic.
medicine
seal, a small gem or paste engraved with reversed characters, to serve as a seal. such seals were used by roman physicians to stamp the names of their medicines.
medicine
\med"i*cine\, v. t. to give medicine to; to affect as a medicine does; to remedy; to cure. "medicine thee to that sweet sleep."

  similar words(14) 

 medicine man 
 veterinary medicine 
 thoracic medicine 
 clinical medicine 
 urogenital medicine 
 psychical medicine 
 internal medicine 
 institutes of medicine 
 epidermic administration of medicine 
 general medicine 
 medicine seal 
 tropical medicine 
 lipid-lowering medicine 
 medicine bag 

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Egypt was the earliest home of medical and other skill for the region of the Mediterranean basin, and every Egyptian mummy of the more expensive and elaborate sort involved a process of anatomy. Still we have no trace of any philosophical or rational system of Egyptian origin; still medicine in Egypt was a mere art or profession. Compared with the wild countries around them, however, the Egyptians must have seemed incalculably advanced. Representations of early Egyptian surgery apparently occur on some of the monuments of Beni-Hassan. Those who have assisted at the opening of a mummy have noticed that the teeth exhibited a dentistry not inferior in execution to the work of the best modern experts. This confirms the statement of Herodotus that every part of the body was studied by a distinct practitioner. The reputation of Egypt's practitioners in historical times was such that both Cyrus and Darius sent to that country for physicians or surgeons. Of midwifery we have a distinct notice, (Exodus 1:1) and of women as its Practitioners, which fact may also be verified from the scriptures. The scrupulous attention paid to the dead was favorable to the health of the living. The practice of physic was not among the Jews a privilege of the priesthood. Any one might practice it, and this publicity must have kept it pure. Rank and honor are said to be the portion of the physician, and his office to be from the Lord. Ecclus. 38:1,3,12. To bring down the subject to the period of the New Testament, St. Luke, "the beloved physician," who practiced at Antioch whilst the body was his care, could hardly have failed to be convenient with all the leading opinions current down to his own time. Among special diseases named in the Old Testament is ophthalmia, (Genesis 29:17) which is perhaps more common in Syria and Egypt than anywhere else in the world; especially in the fig season, the juice of the newly-ripe fruit having the power of giving it. It may occasion partial or total blindness. (2 Kings 6:18) The "burning boil," (Leviticus 13:23) is merely marked by the notion of an effect resembling that of fire, like our "carbuncle." The diseases rendered "scab" and "scurvy" in (Leviticus 21:20; 22:22; 28:27) may be almost any skin disease. Some of these may be said to approach the type of leprosy. The "botch (shechin) of Egypt," (28:27) is so vague a term as to yield a most uncertain sense. In (28:35) is mentioned a disease attacking the "knees and legs," consisting in a "sore botch which cannot be healed," but extended, in the sequel of the verse, from the "sole of the foot to the top of the head." The Elephantiasis gracorum is what now passes under the name of "leprosy;" the lepers, e.g., of the: huts near the Zion gate of modern Jerusalem are elephantissiacs. See: Leper, Leprosy The disease of King Antiochus, 2 Macc. 9:5-10, etc., was that of a boil breeding worms. The case of the widow's son restored by Elisha, (2 Kings 4:19) was probably one of sunstroke. The palsy meets us in the New Testament only, and in features too familiar to need special remark. palsy, gangrene and cancer were common in all the countries familiar to the scriptural writers, and neither differs from the modern disease of the same name. Mention is also made of the bites and stings of poisonous reptiles. (Numbers 21:6) Among surgical instruments or pieces of apparatus the following only are alluded to in Scripture: A cutting instrument, supposed a "sharp stone," (Exodus 4:25) the "knife" of (Joshua 5:2) The "awl" of (Exodus 21:6) was probably a surgical instrument. The "roller to bind" of (Ezekiel 30:21) was for a broken limb, and is still used. A scraper, for which the "potsherd" of Job was a substitute. (Job 2:8; Exodus 30:23-25) is a prescription in form. An occasional trace occurs of some chemical knowledge, e.g. the calcination of the gold by Moses, (Exodus 32:20) the effect of "vinegar upon natron," (Proverbs 25:20); comp. Jere 2:22 The mention of "the apothecary," (Exodus 30:35; Ecclesiastes 10:1) and of the merchant in "powders," (Song of Solomon 3:6) shows that a distinct and important branch of trade was set up in these wares, in which, as at a modern druggist's, articles of luxury, etc., are combined with the remedies of sickness. Among the most favorite of external remedies has always been the bath. There were special occasions on which the bath was ceremonially enjoined. The Pharisees and Essenes aimed at scrupulous strictness in all such rules. (Matthew 15:2; Mark 7:5; Luke 11:38) River-bathing was common but houses soon began to include a bathroom. (Leviticus 15:13; 2 Samuel 11:2; 2 Kings 5:10)
  

Copyright: Smith's Bible Dictionary (1884) , by William Smith. About Dictionary source: Smith's Bible Dictionary
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Medicine (, ) is the field of applied science related to the art of healing by diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of disease. It encompasses a variety of health care practices evolved to maintain and restore health by the prevention and treatment of illness in human beings.

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rememdium

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Noun
1. the branches of medical science that deal with nonsurgical techniques
(synonym) medical specialty
(hypernym) medical science
(hyponym) allergology
(derivation) medicate
(class) acute
2. (medicine) something that treats or prevents or alleviates the symptoms of disease
(synonym) medication, medicament, medicinal drug
(hypernym) drug
(hyponym) acyclovir, Zovirax
(substance-meronym) physostigmine
(derivation) medicate
(classification) medical specialty
(class) prescription(a)
3. the learned profession that is mastered by graduate training in a medical school and that is devoted to preventing or alleviating or curing diseases and injuries; "he studied medicine at Harvard"
(synonym) practice of medicine
(hypernym) learned profession
(hyponym) preventive medicine
(derivation) medicate
(classification) medical specialty
(class) group practice
4. punishment for one's actions; "you have to face the music"; "take your medicine"
(synonym) music
(hypernym) punishment, penalty, penalization, penalisation
(class) vet
Verb
1. treat medicinally, treat with medicine
(synonym) medicate
(hypernym) treat, care for
(hyponym) drug, dose
(derivation) practice of medicine
(classification) practice of medicine


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To dream of medicine, if pleasant to the taste, a trouble will come to you, but in a short time it will work for your good; but if you take disgusting medicine, you will suffer a protracted illness or some deep sorrow or loss will overcome you.

To give medicine to others, denotes that you will work to injure some one who trusted you.
  

Copyright: Ten Thousand Dreams Interpreted, or "What's in a dream": a scientific and practical exposition; By Gustavus Hindman, 1910. For the open domain e-text see: Guttenberg Project Dictionary source: Dream Dictionary
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Medicine, (n.)

A stone flung down the Bowery to kill a dog in Broadway.
  

Copyright: The Devil's Dictionary, by Ambrose Bierce, 1911 (About) Dictionary source: The Devil's Dictionary
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Meddyginiaeth = n. medicine

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The ball of the middle fingertip of the right '5' hand describes a small counterclockwise circle in the upturned left palm.

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the health, medicine, or exulting of God
   remedy; medicine; release; pardon
  

Copyright: Hitchcock's Bible Names Dictionary (1869) , by Roswell D. Hitchcock. About Dictionary source: Hitchcock's Bible Names Dictionary
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Fear of mercurial medicines Fear of new drugs Fear of medicine, drugs

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(v. t.)
To give medicine to; to affect as a medicine does; to remedy; to cure.
   (n.)
The science which relates to the prevention, cure, or alleviation of disease.
   (n.)
Any substance administered in the treatment of disease; a remedial agent; a remedy; physic.
   (n.)
A physician.
   (n.)
A philter or love potion.
  

Copyright: Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary (1913), edited by Noah Porter. About Dictionary source: Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary (1913)
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has-tal haseret

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a physician

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A substance possessing or reputed to possess curative or remedial properties.

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Medicine in Greek
φάρμακο, ιατρική

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(Lex**) ιατρική

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Ουσ. ιατρική//
φάρμακο//
ξόρκια

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φάρμακο

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Medicine in Esperanto
n. farmaciajxo, kuracilo
adv. medikamento(science) medicine

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kuracilo, medicinajxo, medicino, medikamento

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Medicine in Afrikaans
medisyne

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Medicine in Chinese (s)
medicine bag 急救包

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[E] medicine (n) [P] medicina (f) [C] 医学,药物

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Medicine in Interlingua
(art of) medicina; (medicament) medicamento

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Medicine in Arabic

N
دواء ، علاج الطب، علم الطب شئ يمكّن من السيطرة على القوى الطبيعية او السحرية = قوة سحرية او طقس سحرى شراب مسكر (ع)
VT
عالج ، داوى

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اسْم : دواء . الطبّ


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الطِّبّ طِبُّ الأُمُومَةِ و الأَجِنَّة الطِّبُّ البُقْراطِيُّ الحَديث

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دَواء , الطِّبّ
, تَطْبيب ; مُدَاوَاة


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ألاسم

طب; دواء; قوة سحرية; علم الطب; شراب مسكر

الفعل

عالج; داوى


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Medicine in Visayan
gamot;medesina;medicina;medisina(Noun) tambal

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Medicine in Czech
lék, medicína, lékařství

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Medicine in Indonesian
ilmu kedokteran/pengobatan,obat

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[obat/ kedokteran]
my child #13

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obat, dadah

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dadah, medicinal herb
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Medicine in Spanish
medicina, medicamento, remedio, fármaco, droga, cura - profesión médica

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(Bhaishajyaguru) Buda medicinal, el Buda de los remedios, el Buda de la medicina, guru de la curación (Tradicional Chinese Medicine)
medicina tradicional china (MTC) licenciado en Medicina medicina complementaria, medicina complementaria y alternativa medicina de la energía medicina herbal botica medicina cuerpo-mente medicina física, fisiatría

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(n.) = medicina.
Ex: For example, a fairly straightforward document such as 'A medical dictionary of diseases' would be summarized as: medicine/Disease/Dictionary.
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* allopathic medicine = alopatía.
* alternative medicine = medicina alternativa.
* biomedicine = biomedicina.
* clinical medicine = medicina clínica.
* community medicine = medicina comunitaria.
* curative medicine = medicina curativa.
* emergency medicine = medicina de emergencia.
* forensic medicine = medicina forense, medicina legal.
* geriatric medicine = geriatría.
* herbal medicine = medicina naturalista.
* internal medicine = medicina interna.
* legal medicine = medicina legal.
* medicine man = curandero, chamán, brujo, hechicero.
* military medicine = medicina militar.
* National Library of Medicine (NLM) = Biblioteca Nacional de Medicina (NLM).
* osteopathic medicine = osteopatía.
* paediatric medicine = pediatría, medicina pediátrica.
* preventive medicine = medicina preventiva.
* quack medicine = curandería, curanderismo.
* regenerative medicine = medicina regenerativa.
* space medicine = medicina espacial.
* sports medicine = medicina deportiva.
* STM (Science, Technology and Medicine) = CTM (Ciencia, Tecnología y Medicina).
* telemedicine = telemedicina, medicina a distancia.
* transfusion medicine = medicina transfusionista.
* tropical medicine = medicina tropical.
* veterinary medicine = veterinaria.
(n.) = medicamento, medicina.
Ex: The manual listed the instruments and medicines found in the medicine chest, and explained how to use them.
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* decongestion medicine = medicina para la descongestión.
* dispense + medicines = despachar medicinas, despachar medicamentos.
* medicine bottle = frasco de medicina.
* medicine cabinet = botiquín.
* medicine chest = botiquín.
* over-the-counter medicine = medicamento sin receta médica.
* prescribe + medicines = recetar medicinas, recetar medicamentos.


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medicina, medicina, medicamento

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Medicine in Russian
[n.]
1)
медицина
aerospace ~ авиационно-космическая медицина
2) лекарство
patent ~, proprietory ~ патентованное средство
a ~ of great virtue хорошо действующее лекарство
3) колдовство, заклинание
4) амулет

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(n) лекарство; медицина

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Сон - лучшее лекарство
медикаменты, применяемые при простуде
судебная медицина
попасть в вырытую для другого яму; испытать на своей шкуре; оказаться на месте своей жертвы
приготовлять лекарство в аптечных условиях
принимать лекарство


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талисман, терапия, колдовство, лечить, медицина

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медицина

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n. 1. медицина, особ. терапия; to practise medicine - заниматься врачебной практикой, быть практикующим врачом 2. лекарство; a medicine for (headache, cold, etc.) - лекарство от (головной боли, простуды и т. п.); to take one's medicine а. принять лекарство; б. шутл. глотнуть спиртного; в. понести заслуженное наказание; г. покориться неизбежности, стойко перенести что-л. неприятное 3. колдовство, магия 4. талисман, амулет Syn: drug

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Medicine in Papiamento
remedi

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Medicine in Dutch
medicijn, artsenij, geneesmiddel

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Medicine in Portuguese
pagé, curandeiro, xamã
Livros de IK espetáculo de variedades (para vender panaceias)
Livros de IK remédio (patenteado) de venda livre/vendido sem receita
GUIA DO RIO

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MEDICINA

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medicina

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Medicine in Norwegian
medisin

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Medicine in Turkish
ilaç

Dictionary source: English Turkish Dictionary
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ilaç; tip, hekimlik

Dictionary source: English Turkish Dictionary (M. Yildiz)
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i. 1. ilaç. 2. tıp, hekimlik.

Dictionary source: Saja English Turkish Dictionary
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1. Tıp (ilmi), tababet, hekimlik; 2. İlaç.

Dictionary source: Baydaş English Turkish Medical Dictionary
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tıp

Dictionary source: English Turkish Biology Terminology
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ilaç

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i. 1. ilaç. 2. tıp, hekimlik.

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ilaç,tıp

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Medicine in Thai
nuc. เม้ดซึ่น (ม.ต้น)
1. ยา (สำหรับกิน) : He's always taking medicines.= เขากินยาเป็นประจำ ; This is a good medicine for a headache.
2. แพทยศาสตร์ (วิธีการรักษาโรคโดยแพทย์ และพยาบาล) : He is a medicine doctor.= เขาเป็นหมอกลางบ้าน ; I was interested in alternative medicine and becoming an aromatherapist.

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(เมด'ดิซิน) n. ยา,สารที่ใช้เป็นยา,สิ่งที่ใช้ในการบำบัดโรค,แพทย์ศาสตร์,เวชกรรม,อายุรกรรม,การบำบัดโรคด้วยยา (ไม่รวมศัลยกรรมและสูติกรรม) vt. ให้ยา,เยียวยา -Phr. (to take one's medicine รับการลงโทษ(โดยเฉพาะสำหรับการกระทำความผิดที่ตนกระทำ).

Dictionary source: Eci English Thai Dictionary
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เวชกรรม,ยา

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Medicine in Vietnamese

['medsin]

◊ danh từ

▪ y học, y khoa

▪ thuốc

◦ to take medicine : uống thuốc

▪ khoa nội

▪ bùa ngải, phép ma, yêu thuật (ở những vùng còn lạc hậu)

▫ to give someone a dose (taste) of his own medicine

▪ lấy gậy ông đập lưng ông

▫ to take one's medicine

▪ ngậm đắng nuốt cay; chịu đựng sự trừng phạt

▪ chữa bệnh bằng thuốc uống



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Medicine in Italian
medicina

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medicina, medicina

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Medicine in Romanian
medicina;doctorie

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1. medicina , terapie , tratament
2. medicament , doctorie , leac ; remediu

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medicina; medicament

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a vindeca; a îngriji; farmece; magie, vrajitorie; medicament, leac; medicina

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Medicine in Catalan
s medicina | medicament | fig càstig merescut, conseqüències

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Medicine in Polish
medycyna; lekarstwo

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Medicine in French
medicine ['medNsNn] n
(a)(practice, science) la médecine;
to study/practise medicine, étudier/exercer la médecine;
(b)(remedy) médicament m;
Fig to give someone a taste of his or her own medicine, rendre la pareille à quelqu'un,;
Fig to take one's medicine, avaler la pilule, supporter les conséquences (de son action);
medicine chest or cabinet, (coffre m à) pharmacie f;
(c)(among American Indians etc) (magic) sorcellerie f, magie f; (spell) charme m;
medicine man, (sorcier m) guérisseur m;
medicine woman, (sorcière f) guérisseuse f;
(d)Sp medicine ball, medecine-ball m.

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médicament, officinal, médecine

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Medicine in Bulgarian
цяр; церя; баене; лек; лекувам; лекарство; медицина;

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['medsin] n 1. медицина (терапия, терапевтика); 2. лекарство

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['medsin] n 1. медицина (терапия, терапевтика); 2. лекарство, лек, цяр; to take o.'s ~ 1) вземам си лекарството; 2) прен. понасям наказанието си/ неприятности; З. магия, баене (у индианци); 4. муска, талисман, амулет, фетиш; ~ ball тежка кожена топка за физически упражнения; ~ chest домашна аптечка; to get some/a little/a dose of o.'s own ~ прен. връщат ми го; с мойте камъни по моята глава.

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Medicine in Croatian
vračanje

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medikament , medecina , prašak (kao lijek) (n) medicina , lijek (v) liječiti

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medicinu

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Medicine in German
Medizin, Arznei {f}

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Medizin, Medikament

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Medicine in Persian
دارو، دوا، پزشكي‌، طب‌، علم‌ طب‌

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دارويي
http://www.pharmiran.com/

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دوا، دارو، طب، پزشكي، علم طب

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دارو،دوا،پزشکى ،علم طب
قانون ـ فقه : دوا
روانشناسى : دارو
 کلمات مرتبط(24)  کلمات مرتبط(medicine):



بازگشت به واژه medicine


a p medicine the p classes 
 a pectinate medicine 
a preventive medicine 
 a quack medicine 
aviation medicine 
 f.for practising medicine 
forensic medicine 
internal medicine 
legal medicine 
 medicine ball 
medicine man 
 patent medicine 
physical medicine 
 practice of medicine 
preventive medicine 
 profession of medicine 
psychosomatic medicine 
 social medicine 
socialized medicine 
 society for computer medicine 
space medicine 
 sports medicine 
student of medicine 
 tonic medicine 



Dictionary source: English Persian Dictionary (Hojjat Rabiee)
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دارو ، دوا ، پزشكي‌ ، ط‌ب‌ ، علم‌ ط‌ب‌ حكيم‌ ، جادوگر

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پزشکي قانوني

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’¯ ôَن ٹ ’¯ ٹ üîھ¥• ٹ گّ¢ ٹ ّ¤گ¢forensic m.=ü÷ّ÷‘ى ’¯internal m.=üَ،گ¢ ’¯patent m.=ü¬‘¬—،گ ‎ّ¤گ¢ ٹ ù—‏َ‘‏¨•¨گ ‎ّ¤گ¢practice of m.=–“‘“¯ٹüîھ¥• ¤‘îsocialized m.=ü÷‘ًُû üîھ¥• ùُ‏“space m.=üژ‘®ê üîھ¥• ٹ ‎¢¤ّ÷‘®ê üîھ¥•student of m.=’¯ ٌ¬ںُ‘‏¢¤ً‘ھtonic m.=‎ّىُ‘‏ ©،“ ّ¤‏÷ ‎ّ¤گ¢ ¤ًّ¢‘› ٹ ô‏îں

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Medicine in Hmong
n. Tshuaj kho mob

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Medicine in Finnish
lääke

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Medicine in Hungarian
boszorkányság, orvostan, gyógyszer, varázslat

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orvostudomány; orvosság, gyógyszer

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gyógyszer

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Medicine in Hebrew
(ש"ע) תרופה, סם מרפא.

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Medicine in Serbian
Dati-Medicina-Vracanje-Bajanje-Amajlija-Leciti-Lek-Lekarija

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Medicine in Albanian
['medësën] n 1. bar, ilaç. 2. mjekësi. • take one's medicine gjej atë që kërkoj


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bar,ilaç

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Medicine in Mongolian
n. 1. анагаах ухаан. 2. эм. medicine man n. бєє, удган.

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эм, анагаах ухаан, эм тариа, тарни, шившлэг, сахиус, шүтээн

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Medicine in Swedish
medicin, läkemedel

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Medicine in Urdu
n. daaru/darmaan/dawa/dawaa'i/êlaaj

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n.
1. physic علاج- اوکھد- دوا- دارو
A merry heart doeth good like a medicine. مرد خوش طبع گويا سب مرض کي دوا
2. the science طب- علم ادويہ- بيدک
Medicine is the art of understanding diseases, and curing or relieving them when possible. امراض سمجھنے اور بشرط امکان ان کا علاج کرنے کے فن کا نام طب ہے


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Medicine in Slovak
zdravilo, zdravstvo, medicina

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Medicine in Ukrainian
(n) ліки; медицина; препарат

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Medicine in Swahili
dawa

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