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clinic

noun [C] uk   us   /ˈklɪn.ɪk/
B1 a building, often part of a hospital, to which people can go for medical care or advice relating to a particular condition: Bring your baby to the clinic and we'll take a look at her. Antenatal clinics provide care for pregnant women.
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Translations of “clinic”
in Arabic عِيادة…
in Korean 병원…
in Malaysian klinik…
in French clinique…
in Turkish klinik…
in Italian clinica…
in Chinese (Traditional) 診所, 門診部…
in Russian клиника…
in Polish klinika…
in Vietnamese phòng khám…
in Spanish clínica…
in Portuguese clínica…
in Thai สถานรักษาพยาบาล…
in German die Klinik…
in Catalan clínica, consultori…
in Japanese 診療所…
in Indonesian klinik…
in Chinese (Simplified) 诊所, 门诊部…
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