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Translation of "psychiatry" - English-Spanish dictionary

psychiatry

noun [no plural]   /saɪˈkaɪ·ə·tri/
the study and treatment of mental illness psiquiatría
(Definition of psychiatry from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

psychiatry

noun /saiˈkaiətri, (American also) si-/
(medical) the treatment of mental illness. psiquiatría
psychiatric /saikiˈatrik/ adjective
psiquiátrico a psychiatric ward.
psychiatrist noun
(medical) a doctor who treats mental illness. psiquiatra
(Definition of psychiatry from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “psychiatry”
in Korean 정신 의학…
in Arabic طِب نَفسي…
in Malaysian psikiatri…
in French psychiatrie…
in Russian психиатрия…
in Chinese (Traditional) 精神病學…
in Italian psichiatria…
in Turkish ruhbilim, psikiyatri…
in Polish psychiatria…
in Vietnamese tâm thần học…
in Portuguese psiquiatria…
in Thai จิตเวช…
in German die Psychiatrie…
in Catalan psiquiatria…
in Japanese 精神医学…
in Chinese (Simplified) 精神病学…
in Indonesian psikiatri…
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