medicine

ˈmeds(ə)n, ˈmedɪsɪn

Перевод:

Noun: медицина лекарство медикамент магия

Фразы:

medicine faculty - медицинский факультет

folk medicine - народная медицина, народные средства

grant for studying medicine - грант на изучение медицины

medicine for a cough - лекарство от кашля

to take a medicine for cold - принять лекарство от простуды

to prescribe (a) medicine - выписать, прописать, назначить лекарство

cough medicine - лекарство от кашля

nonprescription medicine, over-the-counter medicine - лекарство, отпускаемое без рецепта

patent medicine, proprietary medicine - готовое лекарство (продающееся без рецепта врача)

strong medicine - сильнодействующее лекарство

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Примеры:

Has the medicine acted? - Лекарство уже подействовало?

Take this medicine after meals. - Принимай это лекарство после еды.

a low dose of medicine - небольшая /низкая/ доза лекарства

The medicine had a bitter aftertaste. - Лекарство имело горький привкус/послевкусие.

He forgot to take his medicine. - Он забыл принять лекарство.

My father saw medicine as his vocation. - Мой отец считал медицину своим призванием.

The medicine has a metallic taste. - Это лекарство имеет металлический привкус.

You can dilute the medicine with water. - Это лекарство можно разбавить водой.

This medicine acts as a stimulus. - Это лекарство оказывает стимулирующее действие.

Laughter is the best medicine. - Смех — это лучшее лекарство.

Have you been taking your medicine? - Вы принимаете свои лекарства?

How soon can mother be off her medicine? - Когда мама закончит принимать свое лекарство?

a medicine injected into the bloodstream - лекарство, впрыснутое в кровь

new discoveries in the realm of medicine - новые открытия в области медицины

This medicine will ease you of your pain. - Это лекарство облегчит твою боль.

The medicine reduces the risk of infection. - Это лекарство снижает опасность заражения.

The medicine left a bad taste in his mouth. - От лекарства у него осталось неприятное послевкусие.

a bad reaction to the medicine - плохая реакция на лекарство

The medicine just made me sicker. - От этого лекарства мне стало только хуже.

This medicine can now be inhaled. - Это лекарство теперь можно вдыхать.

He begged the doctor for medicine. - Он умолял доктора дать ему лекарство.

The medicine helps coagulate blood. - Данный препарат способствует свёртыванию крови.

The medicine affects my heart rate. - Это лекарство влияет на мой пульс.

The medicine worked as if by magic. - Лекарство оказало волшебный эффект.

She takes medicine to dull the pain. - Она принимает лекарства, чтобы притупить боль.

The medicine slipped down well enough. - Лекарство довольно легко проглотилось.

I'm out of touch with modern medicine. - Я не в курсе событий современной медицины.

Medicine is no longer a male preserve. - Медицина больше не является чисто мужской сферой деятельности.

The medicine helped calm her breathing. - Лекарство помогло успокоить её дыхание.

The doctor gave him some cough medicine. - Врач прописал ему лекарство от кашля.

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Связанные термины:

folk medicine: the traditional art of medicine as practised among rustic communities and primitive peoples, consisting typically of the use of herbal remedies, fruits and vegetables thought to have healing power, etc

medicine ball: a heavy ball used for physical training

medicine box: a small box used to hold medicines

Medicine Hat: city in SE Alberta, Canada : pop. 47,000

medicine man: (among certain peoples, esp Native Americans) a person believed to have supernatural powers of healing; a magician or sorcerer

medicine men: (among certain peoples, esp Native Americans) a person believed to have supernatural powers of healing; a magician or sorcerer

medicine shop: (in Malaysia ) a Chinese chemist's shop where traditional herbs are sold as well as modern drugs. It is not, however, a dispensary for prescribed medicines

medicine show: a show given by entertainers who traveled from town to town, in order to sell cure-alls and nostrums

cough medicine: Cough medicine is liquid medicine that you take when you have a cough.

Dutch medicine: patent medicine, esp made of herbs

group medicine: the practice of medicine by a number of specialists working together in association

herbal medicine: the use of herbs to treat illness

legal medicine: the applied use of medical knowledge or practice, esp pathology, to the purposes of the law, as in determining the cause of death

medicine bottle: a small bottle used to hold medicine

medicine chest: a small chest or cupboard for storing medicines, bandages, etc

medicine dance: a ritual dance to drive out disease or make magic, as among North American Indian peoples

medicine lodge: a wooden structure used for magical and religious ceremonies among certain Native American peoples

medicine wheel: a Native American ceremonial tool representing a sacred circle

modern medicine: Medicine is the treatment of illness and injuries by doctors and nurses .

patent medicine: a medicine protected by a patent and available without a doctor's prescription

public medicine: the activities and services that are designed to improve the standard of health of the general population

space medicine: the branch of medicine concerned with the effects on humans of flight outside the earth's atmosphere

sports medicine: the branch of medicine concerned with injuries sustained through sport

aerospace medicine: → aviation medicine

aviation medicine: the branch of medicine concerned with the effects on the human body of flight in the earth's atmosphere

Chinese medicine: a traditional system of medical treatment based on the principles of Yin and Yang, involving such treatments as acupuncture and the use of a range of drugs derived from animal and vegetable sources

community medicine: medical services for a particular area

defensive medicine: the practice by a doctor of ordering extensive, often unnecessary tests in order to minimize liability if accused of negligence

forensic medicine: the applied use of medical knowledge or practice, esp pathology, to the purposes of the law, as in determining the cause of death

general medicine: medicine not specializing in the treatment of particular illnesses or of patients of a particular sex or age group

geriatric medicine: the branch of medical science concerned with the diagnosis and treatment of diseases affecting older people

internal medicine: the branch of medical science concerned with the diagnosis and nonsurgical treatment of disorders of the internal structures of the body

medicine cabinet: a small cupboard, often in a bathroom, in which medicines and toiletries are kept

medicine cupboard: a small cupboard, often in a bathroom, in which medicines and toiletries are kept

nuclear medicine: the branch of medicine concerned with the use of radionuclides in the diagnosis and treatment of disease

orthodox medicine: Medicine is the treatment of illness and injuries by doctors and nurses .

physical medicine: the branch of medicine devoted to the management of physical disabilities, as resulting from rheumatic disease, asthma, poliomyelitis, etc

tropical medicine: the branch of medicine that relates to the diagnosis and treatment of tropical diseases

alternative medicine: → another name for complementary medicineSee also holism (sense 2 )

complementary medicine: the treatment, alleviation, or prevention of disease by such techniques as osteopathy, homeopathy, aromatherapy, and acupuncture, allied with attention to such factors as diet and emotional stability, which can affect a person's wellbeing

conventional medicine: the type of medicine that is generally used in the US and Europe which uses drugs and surgery as a form of treatment

genitourinary medicine: the branch of medical science concerned with the study and treatment of diseases of the genital and urinary organs, esp sexually transmitted diseases

industrial medicine: the study and practice of the health care of employees of large organizations, including measures to prevent accidents, industrial diseases, and stress in the workforce and to monitor the health of executives

occupational medicine: the branch of medicine that deals with the health of people in their workplace or in relation to their job

preventive medicine: medical techniques and treatments intended to prevent disease before it happens, rather than curing it

proprietary medicine: a drug or agent manufactured and distributed under a trade name

respiratory medicine: the branch of medical science concerned with the lungs and respiratory system and their diseases

socialized medicine: any system supplying complete medical and hospital care, through public funds, for all the people in a community, district, or nation

traditional medicine: systems of medicine developed before the era of modern medicine, based on cultural beliefs and practices handed down from generation to generation

veterinary medicine: the branch of medicine concerned with the health of animals and the treatment of injuries or diseases that affect them

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Однокоренные слова:

medicinal - лекарственный, лечебный, медицинский, целебный

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