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doctor

noun [C] uk   /ˈdɒk.tər/ us    /ˈdɑːk.tɚ/

doctor noun [C] (MEDICINE)

A1 ( written abbreviation Dr) a person with a medical degree whose job is to treat people who are ill or hurt: The doctor prescribed some medication. You should see a doctor about that cough. [as form of address] Good morning, Doctor Smith/Doctor.the doctor's the place where a doctor works: He went to the doctor's this morning for a check-up.
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doctor noun [C] (EDUCATION)

( written abbreviation Dr) a person who has the highest degree (= qualification) from a college or university

doctor

verb [T] uk   /ˈdɒk.tər/ us    /ˈdɑːk.tɚ/

doctor verb [T] (CHANGE)

to change a document in order to deceive people: He was found to have provided the court with doctored evidence. to secretly put a harmful or poisonous substance into food or drink: Bottles of lemonade doctored with rat poison were discovered in the kitchen.

doctor verb [T] (ANIMAL)

UK informal to remove the sexual organs of an animal in order to prevent it from producing young
Traducciones de “doctor”
en coreano 의사…
en árabe طَبيْب…
en francés docteur/-eure…
en turco hekim…
en italiano medico, dottore, -essa…
en chino (tradicionál) 醫學, 醫生,大夫…
en ruso врач…
en polaco lekarz…
en español médico, doctor…
en portugués médico, -a, doutor…
en alemán der Doktor…
en catalán metge, -essa…
en japonés 医者…
en chino (simplificado) 医学, 医生,大夫…
(Definition of doctor from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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