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Translation of "cure" - English-Mandarin Chinese dictionary

cure

noun [C]
 
 
/kjʊər/ US  /kjʊr/
something that makes someone with an illness healthy again
药物;治疗方法
There's still no cure for cancer.
还没有能治愈癌症的方法。
There is no known cure for this disease (= a cure has not yet been found).
这种病还找不到一种有效的治疗方法。
Recovering from illness
a solution to a problem
解决方法;对策
The best cure for boredom is hard work!
消除无聊最有效的方法是努力工作!
Solving and solutions
Translations of “cure”
in Korean 치료…
in Arabic عِلاج, شِفاء…
in Portuguese cura, remédio…
in Catalan cura, remei…
in Japanese 治療(法)…
in Italian cura…
in Chinese (Traditional) 藥物, 治療方法, 解決方法…
in Russian лекарство, лечение, средство…
in Turkish tedavi, çözüm, çare…
in Polish lekarstwo, rozwiązanie…
(Definition of cure noun from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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