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cure

noun [C]     /kjʊər/ US  /kjʊr/
something that makes someone with an illness healthy again 藥物;治療方法 There's still no cure for cancer. 還沒有能治癒癌症的方法。 There is no known cure for this disease (= a cure has not yet been found). 這種病還找不到一種有效的治療方法。 Recovering from illness
a solution to a problem 解決方法;對策 The best cure for boredom is hard work! 消除無聊最有效的方法是努力工作! Solving and solutions
(Definition of cure noun from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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