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doctor's orders

plural noun
 
 
/ˌdɒk.təˈzɔː.dəz/ US  /ˌdɑːk.tɚˈzɔːr.dɚz/ mainly humorous
used to mean that you must do something because your doctor has told you to do it
(謹遵)醫囑
I have to have a week off work - it's doctor's orders!
我得請一周假——這可是醫生囑說的!
Instructions and ordersDoctors and health workers generally
Translations of “doctor's orders”
in Chinese (Simplified) (谨遵)医嘱…
(Definition of doctor's orders from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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