medicine noun (SUBSTANCE) translate to Mandarin Chinese
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medicine

noun [C or U] (SUBSTANCE)
物质
 
 
/ˈmed.ɪ.sən/
a substance, especially in the form of a liquid or a pill, which is a treatment for illness or injury
药,药物,药剂
cough medicine
止咳药
Take two spoonfuls of medicine at mealtimes.
进餐时服两勺药。
She knows quite a lot about herbal medicines.
她懂得许多关于草药的知识。
Medicine in different forms
Translations of “medicine”
in Arabic دَواء, طِبّ…
in Korean 약…
in Malaysian ubat, kedoktoran…
in French médicament, médecine…
in Turkish ilaç, deva, tıp…
in Italian medicinale, medicina…
in Chinese (Traditional) 物質, 藥,藥物,藥劑…
in Russian лекарство, медицина…
in Polish lekarstwo, lek, medycyna…
in Vietnamese thuốc, khoa nội…
in Spanish medicina…
in Portuguese remédio, medicina…
in Thai ยา, แพทยศาสตร์…
in German die Medizin…
in Catalan medicament, medicina…
in Japanese 薬, 医学…
in Indonesian obat, kedokteran…
(Definition of medicine noun (SUBSTANCE) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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