Significado de “ward” - en el Diccionario Inglés

ward en inglés británico

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wardnoun [ 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:

US one of the parts into which a prison is divided

Más ejemplos

  • The ward was full of children infected with TB.
  • She works in the geriatric ward.
  • Two hospital wards have had to be closed for fumigation.
  • The new ward was opened by the Prince of Wales.
  • The emergency wards are full of casualties from the crash.

-wardsuffix

uk / -wəd/ us / -wɚd/

(Definición de ward del Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

ward en inglés americano

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wardnoun [ C ]

us /wɔrd/

ward noun [ C ] (HOSPITAL ROOM)

a large room in a hospital which is used for treating people with similar illnesses or conditions:

ward noun [ C ] (PERSON)

law a person, esp. a child, who is legally under the protection or care of another person or of a court or government:

The agency serves youths who are wards of the state.

ward noun [ C ] (AREA)

a political division within a city:

the fifth ward

(Definición de ward del Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)