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dose

noun /dəus/
the quantity of medicine etc to be taken at one time
dosis
It’s time you had a dose of your medicine.
an unpleasant thing (especially an illness) which one is forced to suffer
ataque
a nasty dose of flu.
dosage /-sidʒ/ noun the size of, or method of giving, a dose of medicine etc
dosis, posología
What is the dosage for a child of five?
Translations of “dose”
in Korean 복욕량…
in Arabic جَرْعة…
in French dose, attaque…
in Italian dose…
in Chinese (Traditional) 一劑, 一些(糟糕或不愉快的事), 性器官感染淋病的個案…
in Russian доза…
in Turkish doz, miktar…
in Polish dawka…
in Portuguese dose…
in German die Dosis, die Portion…
in Catalan dosi…
in Japanese 薬(の一回分)…
in Chinese (Simplified) 一剂, 一些(糟糕或不愉快的事), 性器官患的淋病…
(Definition of dose from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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