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Chinese (Traditional) translation of “the Hippocratic oath”

the Hippocratic oath

noun [S]
 
 
/ˌhɪp.ə.kræt.ɪkˈəʊθ/ US  /-kræt̬.ɪkˈoʊθ/
a promise made by people when they become doctors to do everything possible to preserve human life and to keep high working standards
醫科學生誓約(新醫生執業前保證遵守醫德守則的誓言)
Making and breaking promises and commitmentsDoctors and health workers generally
(Definition of the Hippocratic oath from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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