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remedy

noun   /ˈrem·ə·di/ ( plural remedies)
something that makes you better when you are sick remedio a flu remedy
something that stops a problem solución So what is the remedy for the traffic problem?
(Definition of remedy from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

remedy

noun /ˈremədi/ ( plural remedies)
a cure for an illness or something bad remedio I know a good remedy for toothache.
remedial /rəˈmiːdiəl/ adjective
able to, or intended to, put right or to correct or cure de recuperación, de rehabilitación She does remedial work with the less clever children remedial exercises.
(Definition of remedy from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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