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ward

noun [C] uk   /wɔːd/ us    /wɔːrd/

ward noun [C] (HOSPITAL/PRISON)

B2 one of the parts or large rooms into which a hospital is divided, usually with beds for patients: a geriatric/maternity/psychiatric ward US one of the parts into which a prison is divided
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ward noun [C] (CITY AREA)

(in many countries) one of the areas into which a city or town is divided, having its own elected political representative or its own organizations for managing services

ward noun [C] (CHILD)

specialized law a person, especially a child, who is legally put under the protection of a law court or a guardian : The girl was made a ward of court to stop her father taking her out of the country.
Traducciones de “ward”
en coreano 병동…
en árabe عَنْبَر…
en francés salle, pupille (sous tutelle judiciaire)…
en turco koğuş…
en italiano reparto, corsia…
en chino (tradicionál) 醫院/監獄, 病房,病室, 牢房,囚室…
en ruso больничная палата…
en polaco oddział…
en español sala, pupilo…
en portugués ala…
en alemán die Station, das Mündel…
en catalán sala…
en japonés 病室, 病棟…
en chino (simplificado) 医院/监狱, 病房,病室, 牢房,囚室…
(Definition of ward noun from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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