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Meaning of "medical certificate" - Business English Dictionary

medical certificate

noun [C]
 
 
HR
a document signed by a doctor that proves that someone is in good health or healthy enough do a particular type of work: Obtaining a pilot's license requires various documentation, including a medical certificate.
a document signed by a doctor that proves that someone is not in good health or not healthy enough to do a particular type of work: In order to claim sick pay, you need to have the appropriate medical certificates.
(Definition of medical certificate from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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