nurse

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Noun: няня медсестра медицинская сестра нянька
Verb: кормить нянчить ухаживать кормить грудью

Фразы:

to nurse a child - нянчить ребёнка

to stoke / nurse a fire - поддерживать огонь

to nurse a grievance - пестовать обиду

to nurse a grievance against smb. - затаить обиду на кого-л.

to harbour a grudge, hold a grudge, nurse a grudge - испытывать недовольство

to cherish / entertain / nurse hope - лелеять надежду

to nurse / suckle an infant - выкармливать ребенка

maternity nurse - акушерка

mental nurse - сиделка в психиатрической лечебнице

nurse's area - пост медсестры

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Примеры:

I'm training to be a nurse. - Я учусь на медсестру.

The nurse is coming to give you an injection. - Медсестра приходит, чтобы сделать вам укол.

Nurse, may I have some water? - Сестра, можно мне немного воды?

The dog nursed her puppies. - Собака кормила своих щенков.

My older sister is a nurse. - Моя старшая сестра работает нянечкой /медсестрой/.

The school nurse sent Sara home. - Школьная медсестра отправила Сару домой.

The nurse bandaged up the nasty cut. - Медсестра перевязала этот глубокий порез.

The nurse washed away the blood. - Медсестра смыла кровь.

The nurse came to change his dressing. - Медсестра пришла, чтобы сменить ему повязку.

The nurse gave him a flu shot. - Медсестра сделала ему прививку от гриппа.

He's been nursing an elderly relative. - Он присматривает за престарелым родственником.

The nurse palpated the patient's stomach. - Медсестра ощупала живот пациента.

The nurse will tell you when to bear down. - Сестра скажет вам, когда надо тужиться.

Grandmother's nurse has been a real treasure. - Медсестра бабушки была настоящим сокровищем.

A gentleman was sitting on the grass, nursing his knees. - На траве сидел, обхватив колени руками, какой-то господин.

The nurse who dresses and baths the younger children in the family. - Няня, которая одевает и купает младших детей в семье.

The nurse gave the patient an enema. - Медсестра поставила больному клизму.

A nurse settled the old man into a chair. - Медсестра усадила пожилого мужчину в кресло.

The nurse wheeled the patient into the ward. - Медсестра ввезла больного в палату.

The patient nurse ministered to the dying woman. - Терпеливая сестра ухаживала за умирающей женщиной.

The wetnurse suckled the infant. - Кормилица покормила младенца грудью.

The baby nursed for several months. - Ребёнок несколько месяцев питался грудным молоком.

The young nurse was assisting at her first operation. - Молодая медсестра ассистировала на своей первой операции.

She takes her responsibilities as a nurse very seriously. - Она очень серьёзно относится к своим обязанностям медсестры.

The nurse will take your blood pressure before the doctor sees you. - Прежде чем вас примет врач, медсестра измерит вам артериальное давление.

She looked like a story-book nurse, clean, slim, pretty, and smiling. - Она выглядела как няня из детских сказок: опрятная, стройная, симпатичная и улыбающаяся.

Each nurse attends 15 patients. - Каждая медсестра обслуживает пятнадцать пациентов.

The nurse comes every second day. - Медсестра приходит раз в два дня.

The nurse looked at him pityingly. - Медсестра с жалостью посмотрела на него.

The nurse bandaged a sprained ankle. - Медсестра перевязала вывихнутую /растянутую/ лодыжку.

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Связанные термины:

day nurse: a nurse who is on duty during the daytime

dry nurse: a nurse who cares for a child without suckling it

wet nurse: In former times, a wet nurse was a woman who was paid to breast-feed another woman's baby .

head nurse: the chief nurse in a hospital ; matron

male nurse: a man who is employed to tend sick, injured, or infirm people; a nurse who is male

night nurse: a nurse whose duty is to look after a patient or patients during the night

nurse shark: any of various sharks of the family Orectolobidae, such as Ginglymostoma cirratum of the Atlantic Ocean, having an external groove on each side of the head between the mouth and nostril

pupil nurse: a nurse who is still undergoing medical training

scrub nurse: a nurse specially trained to assist surgeons in the operating room and serving as part of the surgically clean medical team handling instruments during an operation

staff nurse: A staff nurse is a hospital nurse whose rank is just below that of a sister or charge nurse.

agency nurse: a nurse employed by an agency, rather than by a hospital

barrier-nurse: to tend ( infectious patients ) in isolation, to prevent the spread of infection

charge nurse: A charge nurse is a nurse who is in charge of a hospital ward.

dental nurse: a dentist's assistant, esp one who passes instruments, mixes fillings, etc

nursery nurse: A nursery nurse is a person who has been trained to look after very young children.

Plunket nurse: a child-care nurse appointed by the Plunket Society

senior nurse: A nurse is a person whose job is to care for people who are ill .

student nurse: someone who is studying or training to be a nurse

trainee nurse: A nurse is a person whose job is to care for people who are ill .

ambulance nurse: a nurse who works as part of an ambulance crew

district nurse: In Britain, a district nurse is a nurse who goes to people's houses to give them medical treatment and advice .

graduate nurse: a person who has graduated from an accredited school of nursing

hospital nurse: a hospital nurse works in a hospital, rather than with a general practitioner, in the army, etc

Karitane nurse: a nurse trained in the care of young babies and their mothers according to the principles of the Plunket Society

nurse's aide: a nursing assistant, as in a hospital or nursing home, who takes care of the basic needs of patients, including bathing, feeding, and, sometimes, taking temperatures

practical nurse: a person who has a license to provide basic health care (such as help in walking, bathing, feeding )

practice nurse: a nurse who works in a medical practice or surgery

qualified nurse: A nurse is a person whose job is to care for people who are ill .

visiting nurse: (in the US) a registered nurse employed by a community, hospital, etc, to visit and nurse sick people in their homes or to promote public health

consultant nurse: (in Britain) an experienced senior nurse on an elevated salary who is responsible for running clinics and managing nursing teams

nurse practitioner: a nurse who has specialized advanced skills in diagnosis, psychosocial assessment, and patient management and is permitted to prescribe certain drugs

paediatric nurse: a nurse who specializes in the care of children

registered nurse: A registered nurse is someone who is qualified to work as a nurse.

specialist nurse: A nurse is a person whose job is to care for people who are ill .

grey nurse shark: a common greyish Australian shark, Odontaspis arenarius

State Enrolled Nurse: a nurse with training and examinations enabling him or her to perform many nursing services

licensed practical nurse: a person who has graduated from an accredited school of nursing and has become licensed to provide basic nursing care under the supervision of a physician or registered nurse

Registered General Nurse: (in Britain) a nurse who has completed a three-year training course in all aspects of nursing care to enable him or her to be registered with the United Kingdom Central Council for Nursing, Midwifery, and Health Visiting

State Registered Nurse: (formerly in Britain) a nurse who had extensive training and passed examinations enabling him or her to perform all nursing services

hire nurses: A nurse is a person whose job is to care for people who are ill .

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Однокоренные слова:

nursing - уход, кормящая грудью

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