Translation: from english

especially in medicine

  • 1 pick-me-up

    pick-me-up ˈpick-me-up noun • (informal)something that makes you feel better, happier, healthier, etc., especially medicine or an alcoholic drink • 提神物品,兴奋剂(尤指药物或酒精饮料): (figurative)
    »This deal would offer the best possible pick-me-up to the townˈs ailing economy.
    这笔交易对该镇每况愈下的经济是一服最好的强心剂。
    * * *
    ['pikmi:ʌp]
    n. 含酒精的飲料, 提神的酒

    English-Chinese dictionary > pick-me-up

  • 2 practitioner

    practitioner prac∙ti∙tion∙er noun 1. (technical 术语) a person who works in a profession, especially medicine or law • (尤指医学或法律界的)从业人员:
    »dental practitioners
    »a qualified practitioner
    --› see also general practitioner 2. (formal) a person who regularly does a particular activity, especially one that requires skill • 习艺者;专门人才:
    »one of the greatest practitioners of science fiction
    * * *
    [præk'tiʃәnә]
    n. 從業者, 開業者

    English-Chinese dictionary > practitioner

  • 3 medicine

    'medsin
    1) (a substance, especially a liquid for swallowing, that is used to treat or keep away disease or illness: a dose of medicine.) medicina
    2) (the science of curing people who are ill, or making their suffering less (especially by means other than surgery): He is studying medicine.) medicina
    - medicinally
    1. medicina
    2. medicamento
    tr['medɪsən]
    1 (science) medicina
    2 (drugs etc) medicina, medicamento
    \
    SMALLIDIOMATIC EXPRESSION/SMALL
    to give somebody a taste/dose of their own medicine pagar a alguien con la misma moneda
    medicine chest / medicine cabinet botiquín nombre masculino
    medicine ['mɛdəsən] n
    1) medication: medicina f, medicamento m
    2) : medicina f
    he's studying medicine: estudia medicina
    n.
    droga s.f.
    medicamento s.m.
    medicina s.f.
    'medəsən, 'medsən, 'medəsən
    1) c u ( substance) medicamento m, medicina f, remedio m (esp AmL)

    to give somebody a taste o dose of her/his own medicine — pagarle* a alguien con la misma moneda

    2) u ( science) medicina f
    ['medsɪn,'medɪsɪn]
    1. N
    1) (=drug) medicina f, medicamento m
    - give sb a dose or taste of his own medicine
    - take one's medicine
    2) (=science) medicina f
    2.
    CPD

    medicine ball N — (Sport) balón m medicinal

    medicine box, medicine cabinet, medicine chest Nbotiquín m

    * * *
    ['medəsən, 'medsən, 'medəsən]
    1) c u ( substance) medicamento m, medicina f, remedio m (esp AmL)

    to give somebody a taste o dose of her/his own medicine — pagarle* a alguien con la misma moneda

    2) u ( science) medicina f

    English-spanish dictionary > medicine

  • 4 medicine

    ['medsin]
    1) (a substance, especially a liquid for swallowing, that is used to treat or keep away disease or illness: a dose of medicine.) medicin
    2) (the science of curing people who are ill, or making their suffering less (especially by means other than surgery): He is studying medicine.) medicin; lægevidenskab
    - medicinally
    * * *
    ['medsin]
    1) (a substance, especially a liquid for swallowing, that is used to treat or keep away disease or illness: a dose of medicine.) medicin
    2) (the science of curing people who are ill, or making their suffering less (especially by means other than surgery): He is studying medicine.) medicin; lægevidenskab
    - medicinally

    English-Danish dictionary > medicine

  • 5 medicine

    ['medsin]
    1) (a substance, especially a liquid for swallowing, that is used to treat or keep away disease or illness: a dose of medicine.) (læknis)lyf, meðal
    2) (the science of curing people who are ill, or making their suffering less (especially by means other than surgery): He is studying medicine.) læknisfræði
    - medicinally

    English-Icelandic dictionary > medicine

  • 6 medicine

    boszorkányság, orvostan, gyógyszer, varázslat
    * * *
    ['medsin]
    1) (a substance, especially a liquid for swallowing, that is used to treat or keep away disease or illness: a dose of medicine.) orvosság
    2) (the science of curing people who are ill, or making their suffering less (especially by means other than surgery): He is studying medicine.) orvostudomány; belgyógyászat
    - medicinally

    English-Hungarian dictionary > medicine

  • 7 medicine

    medicine medi∙cine noun 1. the study and treatment of diseases and injuries • 医学:
    »advances in modern medicine
    »to study / practise medicine
    学医;行医
    »traditional / conventional / orthodox medicine
    传统/常规/正统医学
    »alternative medicine
    --› see also [u]Ayurvedic medicine
    , defensive medicine 2. [U, C] a substance, especially a liquid that you drink or swallow in order to cure an illness • 药;(尤指)药水:
    »Did you take your medicine?
    你吃过药了吗?
    »cough medicine
    »Chinese herbal medicines
    【IDIOMS】 the best ˈmedicine • the best way of improving a situation, especially of making you feel happier • (改进状况的)最佳方法;(尤指)除去心病的良方:
    »Laughter is the best medicine.
    欢笑是一副良药。
    a taste / dose of your own ˈmedicine • the same bad treatment that you have given to others • 自己曾给别人的苦头:
    »Let the bully have a taste of his own medicine.
    让那个恶棍得到报应吧。
    * * *
    ['medsin, -disin]
    n. 藥, 醫學, 內科學, 內服藥
    vt. 給...用藥

    English-Chinese dictionary > medicine

  • 8 medicine man

    medicine man ˈmedicine man noun • a person who is believed to have special magic powers of healing, especially among Native Americans • 巫医(尤指美洲土着) --› compare witch doctor
    * * *
    n. 有法術之人, 成藥推銷員

    English-Chinese dictionary > medicine man

  • 9 medicine

    ['medsin]
    1) (a substance, especially a liquid for swallowing, that is used to treat or keep away disease or illness: a dose of medicine.) remédio
    2) (the science of curing people who are ill, or making their suffering less (especially by means other than surgery): He is studying medicine.) medicina
    - medicinally
    * * *
    medi.cine
    [m'edsən] n 1 medicina. 2 medicamento, remédio. to take one’s medicine fig assumir o resultado de atitudes.

    English-Portuguese dictionary > medicine

  • 10 medicine

    n. ilaç, tıp, doktorluk, büyü, sihirbazlık
    ————————
    v. ilaç vermek, ilaçla tedavi etmek
    * * *
    1. ilaç 2. tıp
    * * *
    ['medsin]
    1) (a substance, especially a liquid for swallowing, that is used to treat or keep away disease or illness: a dose of medicine.) ilâç
    2) (the science of curing people who are ill, or making their suffering less (especially by means other than surgery): He is studying medicine.) tıp
    - medicinally

    English-Turkish dictionary > medicine

  • 11 medicine

    ['medsin]
    1) (a substance, especially a liquid for swallowing, that is used to treat or keep away disease or illness: a dose of medicine.) zdravilo
    2) (the science of curing people who are ill, or making their suffering less (especially by means other than surgery): He is studying medicine.) medicina
    - medicinally
    * * *
    I [méd(i)sin]
    noun
    zdravilo; medicina, zdravstvo; čarovnija (pri Indijancih)
    to give s.o. some of his own medicinepovrniti milo za drago
    figuratively sprejeti kazen, požreti hudo pilulo; American slang he is bad medicineje nevaren človek
    II [médsin]
    transitive verb
    zdraviti

    English-Slovenian dictionary > medicine

  • 12 medicine

    'medsin
    1) (a substance, especially a liquid for swallowing, that is used to treat or keep away disease or illness: a dose of medicine.) lääke
    2) (the science of curing people who are ill, or making their suffering less (especially by means other than surgery): He is studying medicine.) lääketiede
    - medicinally

    English-Finnish dictionary > medicine

  • 13 defensive medicine

    defensive medicine deˌfensive ˈmedicine noun [U] • ( especially NAmE) medical treatment that involves more tests, operations, etc. than a person really needs because a doctor is worried that a claim or complaint may be made against them in court if they make a mistake in the treatment they give • 防范式治疗,自衞性治疗(医生担心因误诊被投诉而让病人做过多的化验、手术等)

    English-Chinese dictionary > defensive medicine

  • 14 medicine

    ['medsn] [AE 'medɪsn]
    1) U (discipline) medicina f., scienza f. medica
    2) С (drug) medicina f., farmaco m.
    ••

    to give sb. a taste of their own medicine — ripagare qcn. con la stessa moneta

    * * *
    ['medsin]
    1) (a substance, especially a liquid for swallowing, that is used to treat or keep away disease or illness: a dose of medicine.) medicina, farmaco
    2) (the science of curing people who are ill, or making their suffering less (especially by means other than surgery): He is studying medicine.) medicina
    - medicinally
    * * *
    ['medsn] [AE 'medɪsn]
    1) U (discipline) medicina f., scienza f. medica
    2) С (drug) medicina f., farmaco m.
    ••

    to give sb. a taste of their own medicine — ripagare qcn. con la stessa moneta

    English-Italian dictionary > medicine

  • 15 medicine

    noun
    1) no pl., no art. (science) Medizin, die
    2) (preparation) Medikament, das; Medizin, die (veralt.)

    give somebody a dose or a taste of his/her own medicine — (fig.) es jemandem mit gleicher Münze heimzahlen

    * * *
    ['medsin]
    1) (a substance, especially a liquid for swallowing, that is used to treat or keep away disease or illness: a dose of medicine.) die Medizin
    2) (the science of curing people who are ill, or making their suffering less (especially by means other than surgery): He is studying medicine.) die Medizin
    - academic2.ru/45939/medicinal">medicinal
    - medicinally
    * * *
    medi·cine
    [ˈmedsən, AM -dɪsən]
    n
    1. no pl (for illness) Medizin f, Medikamente pl
    to take [one's] \medicine [seine] Medizin einnehmen
    2. (substance) Medikament nt
    cough \medicine Hustenmittel nt
    3. no pl (medical science) Medizin f
    herbal/natural \medicine Kräuter-/Naturheilkunde f
    preventive \medicine Vorsorgemedizin f
    to practise [or AM practice] \medicine den Arztberuf ausüben
    4. ( fig: remedy) Heilmittel nt fig
    5.
    to get a dose [or taste] of one's own \medicine es mit gleicher Münze heimgezahlt bekommen
    to take one's \medicine in den sauren Apfel beißen fam
    * * *
    ['medsIn, 'medIsIn]
    n
    1) Arznei f, Medizin f (inf); (= one particular preparation) Medikament nt

    to take one's medicine (lit)seine Arznei einnehmen; (fig) die bittere Pille schlucken, in den sauren Apfel beißen

    now we'll see how you like a taste of your own medicine — jetzt werden wir sehen, wie es dir schmeckt, wenn dir das passiert

    2) (= science) Medizin f
    * * *
    medicine [ˈmedsın; US ˈmedəsən]
    A s
    1. Medizin f, Arznei f (auch fig):
    take one’s medicine
    a) seine Medizin (ein)nehmen,
    b) fig in den sauren Apfel beißen, die (bittere) Pille schlucken (beide umg);
    he was given a taste ( oder dose) of his own medicine fig er bekam es in oder mit gleicher Münze heimgezahlt
    2. a) Heilkunde f, Medizin f, ärztliche Wissenschaft: practice C 2
    b) innere Medizin (Ggs Chirurgie)
    3. obs (Zauber)Trank m
    4. Zauber m, Medizin f (bei den Indianern):
    medicine bag Zauberbeutel m, Talisman m;
    he’s bad medicine US sl dem geht man am besten aus dem Weg;
    it’s big medicine US sl es bedeutet (persönliche) Macht
    B v/t ärztlich behandeln
    m. abk
    1. male männl.
    2. mare
    3. married verh.
    5. medicine Med.
    med. abk
    * * *
    noun
    1) no pl., no art. (science) Medizin, die
    2) (preparation) Medikament, das; Medizin, die (veralt.)

    give somebody a dose or a taste of his/her own medicine — (fig.) es jemandem mit gleicher Münze heimzahlen

    * * *
    (medication) n.
    Arzneimittel n. n.
    Arznei -en f.
    Medikament n.
    Medizin f.

    English-german dictionary > medicine

  • 16 medicine

    ['mɛdsɪn]
    n
    ( science) medycyna f; ( drug) lek m
    * * *
    ['medsin]
    1) (a substance, especially a liquid for swallowing, that is used to treat or keep away disease or illness: a dose of medicine.) lekarstwo
    2) (the science of curing people who are ill, or making their suffering less (especially by means other than surgery): He is studying medicine.) medycyna
    - medicinally

    English-Polish dictionary > medicine

  • 17 medicine

    ['medsin]
    1) (a substance, especially a liquid for swallowing, that is used to treat or keep away disease or illness: a dose of medicine.) medikaments, zāles
    2) (the science of curing people who are ill, or making their suffering less (especially by means other than surgery): He is studying medicine.) medicīna
    - medicinally
    * * *
    medicīna; medikaments, zāles; amulets, talismans

    English-Latvian dictionary > medicine

  • 18 medicine

    ['medsin]
    1) (a substance, especially a liquid for swallowing, that is used to treat or keep away disease or illness: a dose of medicine.) vaistai
    2) (the science of curing people who are ill, or making their suffering less (especially by means other than surgery): He is studying medicine.) medicina, terapija
    - medicinally

    English-Lithuanian dictionary > medicine

  • 19 medicine

    n. läkekonst, läkarvetenskapen; medicin
    * * *
    ['medsin]
    1) (a substance, especially a liquid for swallowing, that is used to treat or keep away disease or illness: a dose of medicine.) medicin
    2) (the science of curing people who are ill, or making their suffering less (especially by means other than surgery): He is studying medicine.) medicin
    - medicinally

    English-Swedish dictionary > medicine

  • 20 medicine

    ['medsin]
    1) (a substance, especially a liquid for swallowing, that is used to treat or keep away disease or illness: a dose of medicine.) lék
    2) (the science of curing people who are ill, or making their suffering less (especially by means other than surgery): He is studying medicine.) medicína
    - medicinally
    * * *
    • lékařství
    • lék
    • medicína

    English-Czech dictionary > medicine

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