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prescribed

adjective uk   us   /prɪˈskraɪbd/

prescribed adjective (RULE)

set by a rule or order: The product will have to meet internationally prescribed (= demanded) standards.

prescribed adjective (MEDICINE)

decided by a doctor as treatment: The patient was taking a widely prescribed sedative.
Translations of “prescribed”
in Chinese (Traditional) 符合規定的, 規定的,法定的…
in Chinese (Simplified) 符合规定的, 规定的,法定的…
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