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heal

verb [I, T]
 
 
/hiːl/ ( also heal up)
B2 If a wound or broken bone heals, it becomes healthy again, and if something heals it, it makes it healthy again: The wound on his head had begun to heal.Recovering from illness
healer noun [C] someone who makes sick people well again using something such as prayer or magicAlternative and traditional therapies
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