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anaesthetic

noun UK ( US anesthetic)   /ˌæn·əsˈθet·ɪk/
a drug that stops you from feeling pain during an operation anestesia The operation is done under anaesthetic (= using anaesthetic).
(Definition of anaesthetic from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

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)
Translations of “anaesthetic”
in Korean 마취약…
in Arabic مُخَدِّر…
in Malaysian pelali…
in French anesthésique…
in Russian анестезирующее средство…
in Chinese (Traditional) 麻醉劑…
in Italian anestetico…
in Turkish anestezi, ilaçla uyuşturma…
in Polish narkoza, znieczulenie…
in Vietnamese gây mê, gây tê…
in Portuguese anestésico…
in Thai ยาสลบ…
in German das Betäubungsmittel…
in Catalan anestèsia…
in Japanese (英)麻酔薬, 麻酔剤…
in Chinese (Simplified) 麻醉剂…
in Indonesian obat bius…
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