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Translation of "treat" - English-Spanish dictionary

treat

verb   /triːt/
to behave towards someone in a particular way tratar He treats her really badly. They treat her like one of their own children.
to give medical care to someone who is sick or hurt tratar He’s being treated for cancer at a hospital in Manchester.
treat someone/yourself (to something)
to do or buy something special for someone invitar a alguien (a algo), darse el gusto (de algo) I treated her to dinner at an Italian restaurant.
noun   /triːt/
something special that you buy or do for someone else lujo, placer a birthday treat As a special treat I’m taking him out for dinner.
(Definition of treat from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

treat

verb /triːt/
to deal with, or behave towards (a thing or person), in a certain manner tratar The soldiers treated me very well The police are treating his death as a case of murder.
to try to cure (a person or disease, injury etc) tratar They treated her for a broken leg.
to put (something) through a process tratar The woodwork has been treated with creosote.
to buy (a meal, present etc) for (someone) invitar, convidar I’ll treat you to lunch She treated herself to a new hat.
to write or speak about; to discuss. tratar (de)
treatment noun
(an) act or manner of treating trato; tratamiento This chair seems to have received rough treatment This patient/disease requires urgent treatment.
(Definition of treat from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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