anaesthetise


Also found in: Thesaurus, Medical, Encyclopedia.

anaesthetise


Past participle: anaesthetised
Gerund: anaesthetising

Imperative
anaesthetise
anaesthetise
Present
I anaesthetise
you anaesthetise
he/she/it anaesthetises
we anaesthetise
you anaesthetise
they anaesthetise
Preterite
I anaesthetised
you anaesthetised
he/she/it anaesthetised
we anaesthetised
you anaesthetised
they anaesthetised
Present Continuous
I am anaesthetising
you are anaesthetising
he/she/it is anaesthetising
we are anaesthetising
you are anaesthetising
they are anaesthetising
Present Perfect
I have anaesthetised
you have anaesthetised
he/she/it has anaesthetised
we have anaesthetised
you have anaesthetised
they have anaesthetised
Past Continuous
I was anaesthetising
you were anaesthetising
he/she/it was anaesthetising
we were anaesthetising
you were anaesthetising
they were anaesthetising
Past Perfect
I had anaesthetised
you had anaesthetised
he/she/it had anaesthetised
we had anaesthetised
you had anaesthetised
they had anaesthetised
Future
I will anaesthetise
you will anaesthetise
he/she/it will anaesthetise
we will anaesthetise
you will anaesthetise
they will anaesthetise
Future Perfect
I will have anaesthetised
you will have anaesthetised
he/she/it will have anaesthetised
we will have anaesthetised
you will have anaesthetised
they will have anaesthetised
Future Continuous
I will be anaesthetising
you will be anaesthetising
he/she/it will be anaesthetising
we will be anaesthetising
you will be anaesthetising
they will be anaesthetising
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been anaesthetising
you have been anaesthetising
he/she/it has been anaesthetising
we have been anaesthetising
you have been anaesthetising
they have been anaesthetising
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been anaesthetising
you will have been anaesthetising
he/she/it will have been anaesthetising
we will have been anaesthetising
you will have been anaesthetising
they will have been anaesthetising
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been anaesthetising
you had been anaesthetising
he/she/it had been anaesthetising
we had been anaesthetising
you had been anaesthetising
they had been anaesthetising
Conditional
I would anaesthetise
you would anaesthetise
he/she/it would anaesthetise
we would anaesthetise
you would anaesthetise
they would anaesthetise
Past Conditional
I would have anaesthetised
you would have anaesthetised
he/she/it would have anaesthetised
we would have anaesthetised
you would have anaesthetised
they would have anaesthetised
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.anaesthetise - administer an anesthetic drug toanaesthetise - administer an anesthetic drug to; "The patient must be anesthetized before the operation"; "anesthetize the gum before extracting the teeth"
etherise, etherize - anesthetize with ether
cocainise, cocainize - anesthetize with cocaine
chloroform - anesthetize with chloroform; "Doctors used to put people under by chloroforming them"
freeze - anesthetize by cold
drug, dose - administer a drug to; "They drugged the kidnapped tourist"
block - interrupt the normal function of by means of anesthesia; "block a nerve"; "block a muscle"
Translations
يُخَدَّر، يُبَنِّج مَريضَاً
svæfa, deyfa

anaesthetic

(American) anesthetic (anəsˈθetik) noun
a substance, used in surgery etc, that causes lack of feeling in a part of the body or unconsciousness.
ˌanaesˈthesia (-ˈθiːziə) , ((American) -ʒə) noun
loss of consciousness or of feeling caused by an anaesthetic.
anaesthetist (əˈniːsθətist) , ((American) əˈnes-) noun
the doctor responsible for giving an anaesthetic to the patient during a surgical operation.
anaesthetize, anaesthetise (əˈniːsθətaiz) , ((American) əˈnes-) verb
to make (someone) unable to feel pain etc (by giving an anaesthetic to).
References in periodicals archive ?
And if the US military is the most advanced in the world, surely they could anaesthetise the Iraqi opposition with a non-lethal compound, and then capture them.
But she denied calling on the medical profession to anaesthetise all foetuses of more than 17 weeks before they are aborted.
In contrast, the continuous plate floors of conventional office towers allow no vertical views except through peripheral windows, and lifts anaesthetise almost all sense of vertical progression.