chemo


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che·mo

 (kē′mō, kĕm′ō)
n. Informal
Chemotherapy or a chemotherapeutic treatment.

chemo

(ˈkiːməʊ)
n
(Medicine) informal short for chemotherapy

che•mo

(ˈki moʊ)
n. Informal.
chemotherapy.
[1980–85]
Translations

chemo

[ˈkiːməʊ] N (= chemotherapy) → quimio f

chemo

[ˈkiːməʊ] n (= chemotherapy) → chimio f

chemo

(inf)
abbr of chemotherapyChemo f (inf); to have/need/undergo chemo(eine) Chemotherapie bekommen/brauchen/machen

chemo

(fam) V. chemotherapy.
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A Juvenile Court hearing is scheduled for next week on a request by Cassandra and her mother to end the DCF custody so she can go home immediately instead of having to wait until the chemo is over, said her lawyer, assistant public defender Joshua Michtom.
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