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Spanish translation of “anaesthetic”

anaesthetic

noun /anəsˈθetik/
(medical ) a substance, used in surgery etc, that causes lack of feeling in a part of the body or unconsciousness:
anestésico
The procedure has to be carried out under anaesthetic.
anaesthesia /-ˈθiːziə/ noun (medical) loss of consciousness or of feeling caused by an anaesthetic
anestesia
There are numerous drugs that can induce a state of anaesthesia.
anaesthetist /əˈniːsθitist, ˌænisθiːtist/ noun (medical) the doctor responsible for giving an anaesthetic to the patient during a surgical operation
anestesista
The anaesthetist administered a muscle relaxant.
anaesthetize /əˈniːsθiˌtaiz/ verb (medical ) to make (someone) unable to feel pain etc (by giving an anaesthetic to)
anestesiar
The patient was anaesthetized.
(Definition of anaesthetic from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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