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surgeon

noun /ˈsəːdʒən/
a doctor who treats injuries or diseases by operations in which the body sometimes has to be cut open, eg to remove a diseased part.
cirujano
a doctor in the army or navy.
oficial médico
surgery /ˈsəːdʒəri/ noun ( plural surgeries) the practice or art of a surgeon
cirugía
She specializes in keyhole surgery.
a doctor’s or dentist’s room in which he examines patients.
consultorio, gabinete de consulta
surgical /ˈsəːdʒikəl/ adjective of, or by means of, surgery
quirúrgico
surgical instruments He is in need of surgical treatment.
surgically adverb
quirúrgicamente, mediante cirugía
The tumour was surgically removed.
Translations of “surgeon”
in Korean 외과 의사…
in Arabic جَرّاح…
in French chirurgien/-ienne, médecin militaire…
in Italian chirurgo, -a…
in Chinese (Traditional) 外科醫生…
in Russian хирург…
in Turkish cerrah, operatör…
in Polish chirurg…
in Portuguese cirurgião, cirurgiã…
in German der Chirurg, leitender Sanitätsoffizier…
in Catalan cirurgià, -ana…
in Japanese 外科医, 執刀医…
in Chinese (Simplified) 外科医生…
(Definition of surgeon from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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