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medicine

noun   /ˈmed·ɪ·sən/
A2 something that you drink or eat when you are sick to make you feel better medicamento cough medicine Have you taken your medicine today?
(Definition of medicine from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

medicine

noun /ˈmedsin/
a substance, especially a liquid for swallowing, that is used to treat or keep away disease or illness medicina a dose of medicine.
the science of curing people who are ill, or making their suffering less (especially by means other than surgery) medicina He is studying medicine.
medicinal /məˈdisinl/ adjective
having the power to heal and used as a medicine medicinal medicinal substances.
of healing medicinal the use of plants for medicinal purposes.
medicinally adverb
medicinalmente
(Definition of medicine from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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