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Chinese (Traditional) translation of “cure”

cure

verb [T] (MAKE WELL)
使好轉
 
 
/kjʊər/ US  /kjʊr/
to make someone with an illness healthy again
治癒,治好
At one time the doctors couldn't cure TB/cure people of TB.
曾經有一段時期,醫生無法治癒肺結核/肺結核病人。
Recovering from illness
to solve a problem
解決(問題)
Finance Ministers meet this week to discuss how to cure inflation.
財政部長們本周將舉行會晤討論如何解決通貨膨脹問題。
Solving and solutions
(Definition of cure verb (MAKE WELL) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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