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Meaning of “dose” - Learner’s Dictionary

dose

noun [C]     /dəʊs/
B2 a measured amount of medicine that is taken at one time or during a period of time: What is the recommended dose? a lethal dose General words for size and amountMedicine in different forms
a dose of sth B2 an amount of something, often something unpleasant: a dose of bad newsGeneral words for size and amount
dose verb [T] to give someone a drug or medicineAdministering drugs and medicines
(Definition of dose from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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