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Translation of "nurse" - English-Spanish dictionary


noun /nəːs/
a person who looks after sick or injured people in hospital enfermero She’s a qualified nurse.
a person, usually a woman, who looks after small children niñera The children have gone out with their nurse.
nursery noun ( plural nurseries)
a room etc for young children. cuarto de los niños
a place where young plants are grown. vivero
nursing noun
the profession of a nurse who cares for the sick. profesión de enfermera, enfermería
nursemaid noun
a nurse who looks after small children. niñera, aya
nurseryman noun ( plural nurserymen)
a person who runs, or works in, a nursery for plants. horticultor
nursery rhyme noun
a short, simple poem for children. poema infantil
nursery school noun
a school for very young children. parvulario
nursing home noun
a small private hospital. clínica de reposo
(Definition of nurse from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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