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medical

adjective     /ˈmed.ɪ.kəl/
related to the treatment of illness and injuries 医学的;医疗的;医用的 medical advice 医疗建议 medical books 医学书籍 a medical team 医疗队 medical workers 医疗工作者 Describing medical treatment generally
medically     /ˈmed.ɪ.kli/ adverb
The doctor declared her medically fit (= she had no illness or injury). 医生宣布说她的身体状况良好。 Describing medical treatment generally
Translations of “medical”
in Arabic طِبّي…
in Korean 의학의…
in Malaysian perubatan…
in French médical…
in Turkish tıbbî, tedaviyle ilgili…
in Italian medico…
in Chinese (Traditional) 醫學的, 醫療的, 醫用的…
in Russian медицинский…
in Polish medyczny, lekarski, zdrowotny…
in Vietnamese thuộc y học…
in Spanish médico, clínico…
in Portuguese médico…
in Thai ทางการแพทย์…
in German Kranken-……
in Catalan mèdic…
in Japanese 医学の, 医療の…
in Indonesian medis…
(Definition of medical adjective from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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