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Spanish translation of “remedy”

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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