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Translation of "nurse" - English-Turkish dictionary

nurse

verb [T]     /nɜːs/
CARE FOR
to care for a person or animal that is ill bakmak, hemşirelik etmek We nursed the injured sparrow back to health.Treating and caring for people
FEED US
to feed a baby milk from its mother's breast emzirmek, süt vermek She nursed her son until he was a year old.Giving food to people and animalsChildren and babies
INJURY
to try to cure an illness or injury by resting tedavi etmek, bakmak, ilgilenmek He was nursing a broken nose.Treating and caring for people
EMOTION
to think about an idea or an emotion for a long time (fikir, duygu vb.) beslemek, gönlünde yaşatmak She nursed a great hatred towards her older sister.Continually thinking about
(Definition of nurse verb from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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