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homeopathy

noun /(British ) ˌhoumiˈopəθi; (American) ˌhoumiːˈopəθiː/
(medical) a method of treating a disease by using extremely small amounts of a drug that if administered to a healthy person in very large amounts would produce symptoms similar to the disease being treated.
homeopatía
homeopath noun (medical) someone who treats people using homeopathy.
homeópata
homeopathic adjective
homeopático
homeopathic medicine.
Translations of “homeopathy”
in Korean 동종 요법…
in Arabic الطبّ التجانُسي…
in Portuguese homeopatia…
in Catalan homeopatia…
in Japanese ホメオパシー(療法)…
in Italian omeopatia…
in Chinese (Traditional) 同種療法…
in Russian гомеопатия…
in Turkish doğal ürünlerle tedavi yöntemi, homeopati…
in Chinese (Simplified) 顺势疗法…
in Polish homeopatia…
(Definition of homeopathy from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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