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Translation of "diagnose" - English-Spanish dictionary

diagnose

verb /daiəɡˈnouz, (American) -ˈnous/
to say what is wrong (with a sick person etc ) after making an examination; to identify (an illness etc)
diagnosticar
The doctor diagnosed her illness as flu.
diagnosis /-sis/ noun ( plural diagnoses /-siːz/) a conclusion reached by diagnosing
diagnóstico
What diagnosis did the doctor make?
Translations of “diagnose”
in Arabic يَشخّص…
in Korean 진단하다…
in Malaysian diagnosis…
in French diagnostiquer…
in Turkish teşhis etmek, tanı koymak…
in Italian diagnosticare…
in Chinese (Traditional) 診斷(病症)…
in Russian ставить диагноз…
in Polish diagnozować…
in Vietnamese chẩn đoán…
in Portuguese diagnosticar…
in Thai วินิจฉัยโรค…
in German diagnostizieren…
in Catalan diagnosticar…
in Japanese 診断する…
in Indonesian mendiagnosis…
in Chinese (Simplified) 诊断(病症), 查出(问题)…
(Definition of diagnose from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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