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Translation of "paramedic" - English-Spanish dictionary

paramedic

noun   /ˌpær·əˈmed·ɪk/
someone who is not a doctor or nurse but who is trained to help people who are injured or very sick, until they get to hospital profesional del sector paramédico
(Definition of paramedic from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

paramedic

noun /ˌpærəˈmedik/
(medical) someone who is trained to help people who are ill or injured, especially in emergency situations, but who is not a doctor or a nurse Paramedico Paramedics treated the injured woman at the scene of the accident.
(Definition of paramedic from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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