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nurs·ing

 (nûr′sĭng)
n.
1. The profession of a nurse.
2. The tasks or care of a nurse.

nursing

(ˈnɜːsɪŋ)
n
(Medicine)
a. the practice or profession of caring for the sick and injured
b. (as modifier): a nursing home.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.nursing - the work of caring for the sick or injured or infirmnursing - the work of caring for the sick or injured or infirm
care, tending, attention, aid - the work of providing treatment for or attending to someone or something; "no medical care was required"; "the old car needs constant attention"
2.nursing - the profession of a nurse
health profession - the body of individuals whose work helps to maintain the health of their clients
3.nursing - nourishing at the breastnursing - nourishing at the breast    
infant feeding - feeding an infant
Translations
تَمْريض
ošetřovatelství
sygepleje
ápolásbetegápolás
hjúkrunarstörf
ošetrovateľstvo
bolniška nega
hastabakıcılıkhemşirelik

nursing

[ˈnɜːsɪŋ]
A. N
1. (= career, course, profession) → enfermería f
to go in for nursinghacerse enfermero/a, dedicarse a la enfermería
2. (= care) [of patient] → asistencia f, cuidado m
3. (= suckling) → lactancia f
B. CPD nursing auxiliary N (Brit) → auxiliar mf de enfermería
nursing college Nescuela f de enfermería
nursing home N (for elderly) → hogar m de ancianos; (for convalescents) → clínica f (particular)
nursing mother Nmadre f que amamanta
nursing officer Nenfermero/a m/f
nursing staff Npersonal m de enfermería

nursing

[ˈnɜːrsɪŋ]
n
(= profession) → profession f d'infirmier
to go into nursing → devenir infirmier/ière m/f
(= care) → soins mpl
adj [mother] → qui allaite
modif
nursing care → soins mpl spécialisés
the nursing profession → la profession d'infirmier
nursing staff → personnel m soignantnursing bottle (US) nbiberon mnursing home n (for old people)maison f de retraite; (for convalescence, rest cure)maison f de convalescence

nursing

n
(= care of invalids)Pflege f, → Pflegen nt
(= profession)Krankenpflege f; she’s going in for nursingsie will in der Krankenpflege arbeiten
(= feeding)Stillen nt
adj attrPflege-; abilitiespflegerisch; nursing staffPflegepersonal nt; the nursing professiondie Krankenpflege; (= nurses collectively)die pflegerischen Berufe, die Pflegeberufe pl

nursing

:
nursing auxiliary
nSchwesternhelferin f
nursing bottle
n (US) → Flasche f, → Fläschchen nt
nursing bra
nStill-BH m
nursing care
nPflege f
nursing fees
plPflegekosten pl
nursing home
nPrivatklinik f; (Brit: = maternity hospital) → Entbindungsklinik f; (= convalescent home)Pflegeheim nt
nursing mother
nursing officer
n (Brit) → Oberpfleger m, → Oberschwester f
nursing sister

nursing

[ˈnɜːsɪŋ]
1. n (care of invalids) → assistenza; (profession) → professione f di infermiere (or di infermiera)
she's going in for nursing → ha deciso di fare l'infermiera
2. adj
a. (mother) → che allatta
b. (of hospital) the nursing staffgli infermieri, il personale infermieristico
nursing auxiliary → infermiere/a non diplomato/a

nurse

(nəːs) noun
1. a person who looks after sick or injured people in hospital. She wants to be a nurse.
2. a person, usually a woman, who looks after small children. The children have gone out with their nurse.
verb
1. to look after sick or injured people, especially in a hospital. He was nursed back to health.
2. to give (a baby) milk from the breast.
3. to hold with care. She was nursing a kitten.
4. to have or encourage (feelings eg of anger or hope) in oneself.
ˈnurseryplural ˈnurseries noun
1. a room etc for young children.
2. a place where young plants are grown.
ˈnursing noun
the profession of a nurse who cares for the sick.
ˈnursemaid noun
a nurse who looks after small children.
ˈnurseryman noun
a person who runs, or works in, a nursery for plants.
nursery rhyme
a short, simple poem for children.
nursery school
a school for very young children.
ˈnursing-home noun
a small private hospital.

nurs·ing

1. n. cuidado de los enfermos;
2. lactancia.

nursing

n enfermería; — home (fam) centro de enfermería especializada
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