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Turkish translation of “osteopath”

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osteopath

noun [C]
 
 
/ˈɒstiəʊpæθ/
someone who treats injuries to bones and muscles by moving and rubbing them
kırık çıkıkçı
Alternative and traditional therapiesOccupations and tradesMedical studies and the people who study them
osteopathy noun [C]
osteopati
Translations of “osteopath”
in Spanish osteópata…
in Chinese (Traditional) 按骨醫生,整骨醫生,骨療醫師…
in Russian остеопат…
in Chinese (Simplified) 按骨医生,整骨医生,骨疗医师…
in Polish kręgarz, osteopata…
(Definition of osteopath from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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