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noun /woːd/
a room with a bed or beds for patients in a hospital etc
an emergency ward He is in a surgical ward of the local hospital.
(legal ) a person who is under the legal control and care of someone who is not his or her parent or (a ward of court) of a court
She was made a ward of court.
warder noun a person who guards prisoners in a jail
celador, carcelero
a prison warder He shot a warder and escaped from jail.
Translations of “ward”
in Korean 병동…
in Arabic عَنْبَر…
in French salle, pupille (sous tutelle judiciaire)…
in Italian reparto, corsia…
in Chinese (Traditional) 醫院/監獄, 病房,病室, 牢房,囚室…
in Russian больничная палата…
in Turkish koğuş…
in Polish oddział…
in Portuguese ala…
in German die Station, das Mündel…
in Catalan sala…
in Japanese 病室, 病棟…
in Chinese (Simplified) 医院/监狱, 病房,病室, 牢房,囚室…
(Definition of ward from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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