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operating theatre

noun [C] uk   us   UK (US operating room)
a special room in which people are operated on in a hospital
Translations of “operating theatre”
in Korean 수술실…
in Arabic غُرفة العمِليّات…
in Portuguese sala de cirurgia…
in Catalan quiròfan…
in Japanese 手術室…
in Italian sala operatoria…
in Chinese (Traditional) 手術室…
in Russian операционная…
in Turkish ameliyathane…
in Chinese (Simplified) 手术室…
in Polish sala operacyjna…
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