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Chinese (Simplified) translation of “surgery”

surgery

noun (ADVICE)
建议
 
 
/ˈsɜː.dʒər.i/ US  /ˈsɝː.dʒɚ-/ UK
[C or U] a place where you can go to ask advice from or receive treatment from a doctor or dentist
(医生或牙医的)诊所
If you come to the surgery (USoffice) at 10.30, the doctor will see you then.
如果你10点半来诊所的话,医生正好有空为你看病。
On Saturday mornings, surgery (= the fixed period of opening of the place where you can go to see your doctor) is (USoffice hours are) from 9.00 to 12.00.
诊所周六上午的开业时间是从9点到12点。
Medical places and organizations
[C] the regular period of time when a person can visit their Member of Parliament to ask advice
(议员的)接待时间
Our MP holds a weekly surgery on Friday mornings.
我们选区的议员每周的周五上午接待来访。
Local government and politics
(Definition of surgery noun (ADVICE) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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