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"diagnose" in British English

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diagnoseverb [T]

uk   /ˈdaɪ.əɡ.nəʊz/  us   /ˌdaɪ.əɡˈnoʊz/
C2 to ​recognize and ​name the ​exactcharacter of a ​disease or a ​problem, by ​examining it: The ​specialist diagnosed ​cancer. His ​condition was diagnosed as some ​type of ​blooddisorder. She was diagnosed with/as havingdiabetes. The ​electrician has diagnosed a ​fault in the ​wiring.
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(Definition of diagnose from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

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diagnoseverb [T]

 us   /ˈdɑɪ·ɪɡˌnoʊs, -ˌnoʊz/
to ​recognize and ​name the ​exactcharacter of a ​disease or other ​problem by making an ​examination: He was diagnosed with ​cancer that ​year. It was not ​easy to diagnose what was ​wrong with the ​business.
(Definition of diagnose from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “diagnose”
in Korean 진단하다…
in Arabic يَشخّص…
in Malaysian diagnosis…
in French diagnostiquer…
in Russian ставить диагноз…
in Chinese (Traditional) 診斷(病症)…
in Italian diagnosticare…
in Turkish teşhis etmek, tanı koymak…
in Polish diagnozować…
in Spanish diagnosticar…
in Vietnamese chẩn đoán…
in Portuguese diagnosticar…
in Thai วินิจฉัยโรค…
in German diagnostizieren…
in Catalan diagnosticar…
in Japanese 診断する…
in Chinese (Simplified) 诊断(病症), 查出(问题)…
in Indonesian mendiagnosis…
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