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homeopathy

noun [no plural] ( UK also homoeopathy)   /ˌhəʊ·miˈɒp·ə·θi/
a system of treating diseases in which sick people are given very small amounts of natural substances that, in healthy people, would produce the same effects that the diseases produce homeopatía 17
homeopathic adjective ( UK also homoeopathic)   /ˌhəʊ·mi·əˈpæθ·ɪk/
homeopático homeopathic medicine/remedies17
(Definition of homeopathy from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

homeopathy

noun /(British ) ˌhoumiˈopəθi; (American) ˌhoumiːˈopəθiː/
(medical) a method of treating a disease by using extremely small amounts of a drug that if administered to a healthy person in very large amounts would produce symptoms similar to the disease being treated. homeopatía
homeopath noun
(medical) someone who treats people using homeopathy. homeópata
homeopathic adjective
homeopático homeopathic medicine.
(Definition of homeopathy from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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