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med·i·cal

 (mĕd′ĭ-kəl)
adj.
1. Of or relating to the study or practice of medicine.
2. Requiring treatment by medicine.

[Medieval Latin medicālis, from Latin medicus, physician, from medērī, to heal; see med- in Indo-European roots.]

med′i·cal·ly adv.

medical

(ˈmɛdɪkəl)
adj
1. (Medicine) of or relating to the science of medicine or to the treatment of patients by drugs, etc, as opposed to surgery
2. (Medicine) a less common word for medicinal
n
(Medicine) informal a medical examination
[C17: from Medieval Latin medicālis, from Latin medicus physician, surgeon, from medērī to heal]
ˈmedically adv

med•i•cal

(ˈmɛd ɪ kəl)

adj.
1. of or pertaining to the science or practice of medicine.
2. curative; medicinal; medical properties.
3. pertaining to or requiring treatment by other than surgical means.
4. pertaining to or indicating the state of one's health: a medical leave.
n.
5. a medical examination.
[1640–50; < Medieval Latin medicālis= Latin medic(us) medical (derivative of medērī to heal) + -ālis -al1]
med′i•cal•ly, adv.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.medical - a thorough physical examinationmedical - a thorough physical examination; includes a variety of tests depending on the age and sex and health of the person
examination, scrutiny - the act of examining something closely (as for mistakes)
ballistocardiogram - a graphical recording made by a ballistocardiograph
cardiogram, ECG, EKG, electrocardiogram - a graphical recording of the cardiac cycle produced by an electrocardiograph
Adj.1.medical - relating to the study or practice of medicine; "the medical profession"; "a medical student"; "medical school"
2.medical - requiring or amenable to treatment by medicine especially as opposed to surgery; "medical treatment"; "pneumonia is a medical disease"
operative, surgical - relating to or requiring or amenable to treatment by surgery especially as opposed to medicine; "a surgical appendix"; "a surgical procedure"; "operative dentistry"
3.medical - of or belonging to Aesculapius or the healing artmedical - of or belonging to Aesculapius or the healing art
Translations
إمتِحان طِبّيطِبّيطِبِيّفَحْصٌ طِبِيّ
lékařskýléčebnýlékařská prohlídkalékařské vyšetření
helbredsundersøgelselæge-medicinsk
lääketieteellinenlääkärintarkastus
liječnički pregledmedicinski
orvosiorvosi vizsgálat
læknisfræîilegur, læknis-læknisskoîun
健康診断医学の
검진의학의
gydymomediciniškaimedicinosterapijos
medicīniskā izmeklēšanamedicīnisksterapeitisksveselības-
lekárske vyšetrenie
medicinskizdravniškizdravniški pregled
läkar-medicinsk
การเช็คร่างกายทางการแพทย์
sağlık muayenesitıbbitıbbîtıp
sự khám sức khoẻthuộc y học

medical

[ˈmedɪkəl]
A. ADJ [care, facilities, staff, treatment] → médico; [records] → médico, clínico; [student] → de medicina; [problems] → de salud
to seek medical adviceconsultar a un médico
he is in urgent need of medical attentionnecesita atención médica urgente
she suffered from a rare medical conditionsufría una enfermedad rara or poco frecuente
on medical groundspor razones de salud
the medical history of a patientel historial médico or clínico de un paciente, la historia clínica de un paciente
it made medical historypasó a la historia de la medicina
medical opinion is divided on the subjectla opinión médica está dividida con respecto a este tema
the medical professionla profesión médica
C. CPD medical board N (Mil) → consejo m de médicos
medical certificate Ncertificado m médico
medical examination Nreconocimiento m médico, revisión f médica, examen m médico
medical examiner N (US) → médico/a m/f forense
medical insurance Nseguro m médico
medical officer Nmédico/a m/f (Mil) → oficial mf médico/a; [of town] → jefe mf de sanidad municipal
medical practice N (= practice of medicine) → práctica f de la medicina; (= place) → consultorio m médico
medical practitioner N (frm) → médico/a m/f
medical school Nfacultad f de medicina
medical science Nmedicina f, ciencia f médica

medical

[ˈmɛdɪkəl]
adj [advice, research, help, test] → médical(e); [supplies, expenses, equipment] → médical(e); [expert, team, journal] → médical(e); [condition] → médical(e)
medical treatment → un traitement médical
Four of our men needed medical treatment → Quatre de nos hommes ont nécessité un traitement médical.
to have medical problems → avoir des problèmes de santé
n (also medical examination) → visite f médicale, examen m médical
to have a medical [job applicant, footballer] → passer une visite médicale, passer un examen médical
to give sb a medical → faire passer à qn une visite médicale, faire passer à qn un examen médicalmedical board ncommission f médicale, conseil m de santémedical care nsoins mpl médicauxmedical certificate ncertificat m médicalmedical doctor ndocteur en médecine(doctoresse)m/fmedical ethics néthique f médicalemedical examination nvisite f médicale, examen m médicalmedical examiner n (US)médecin mf légistemedical history n
(= record) → dossier m médical
(= background) → antécédents mpl médicauxmedical insurance nmutuelle f
to take out private medical insurance → souscrire à une mutuellemedical officer nmédecin mf du travailmedical practitioner npraticien(ne) m/fmedical profession n (= personnel) the medical profession → le corps médicalmedical records npldossier m médicalMedical Research Council n (British) the Medical Research Council organisme d'aide à la recherche médicalemedical school nfaculté f de médecinemedical student nétudiant(e) m/f en médecine
She's a medical student → Elle est étudiante en médecine.

medical

adj (= related to science) research, study, journal, faculty, trainingmedizinisch; (in military contexts) → Sanitäts-; (= relating to doctors) test, examination, treatment, attention, advice, expertise, care, staffärztlich; medical advancesFortschritte plin der Medizin; the medical professiondie Ärzteschaft; the medical worlddie Welt der Medizin; (= doctors)die Ärzteschaft; I’m not a medical manich bin kein Arzt; medical condition or disorderErkrankung f; medical opinionärztliches Gutachten
n(ärztliche) Untersuchung; have you had your medical?bist du zur Untersuchung gewesen?, hast du dich untersuchen lassen?

medical

:
medical assistant
medical authority
medical card
n (Brit) → Krankenversicherungsausweis m
medical centre, (US) medical center
n (Brit) → Ärztehaus nt; (US) → Krankenhaus nt, → Klinik f
medical certificate
Medical College Admissions Test
n (US Univ) → Zulassungsprüfung fzum Medizinstudium
medical corps
n (Mil) → Sanitätstruppe f
medical doctor
nArzt m, → Ärztin f
medical examiner
n (US Jur) → Gerichtsmediziner(in) m(f)
medical history
n
(= medical background) her medicalihre Krankengeschichte
(= history of medicine)die Geschichte der Medizin; that made medicaldas hat in der Medizin Geschichte gemacht
medical insurance
medical jurisprudence

medical

:
medical officer
n (Mil) → Stabsarzt m; (= official)Amtsarzt m
medical practice
n (= business)Arztpraxis f; (= procedure)medizinisches Verfahren; in western medicalin der westlichen Medizin
medical practitioner
nArzt m, → Ärztin f
medical profession
n
(= doctor’s job)Arztberuf m
(= doctors as a whole)Ärzteschaft f no pl
medical record
n (= medical background)Krankengeschichte f; medicals (= detailed notes)Krankenblatt nt
Medical Register
n (Brit) → Ärzteregister nt; to strike somebody off the medicaljdm die Approbation entziehen
Medical Research Council
n (Brit) Organisation zur Förderung der medizinischen Forschung
medical school
medical science
medical student
nMedizinstudent(in) m(f)
medical unit
n (Mil) → Sanitätsbataillon nt
medical ward

medical

[ˈmɛdɪkl]
1. adj (school, ward) → di medicina; (test, treatment) → medico/a
the medical profession → il corpo dei medici

medical

(ˈmedikəl) adjective
of healing, medicine or doctors. medical care; medical insurance.
noun
a medical examination.
ˈmedically adverb

medical

طِبِيّ, فَحْصٌ طِبِيّ lékařská prohlídka, lékařský helbredsundersøgelse, medicinsk ärztliche Untersuchung, medizinisch ιατρική εξέταση, ιατρικός médico, revisión médica lääkärintarkastus, lääketieteellinen examen médical, médical liječnički pregled, medicinski medico, visita medica 健康診断, 医学の 검진, 의학의 medisch, medisch onderzoek legeundersøkelse, medisinsk medyczny, medyk exame médico, médico медицинский, медосмотр läkar-, medicinsk การเช็คร่างกาย, ทางการแพทย์ tıbbi, tıp sự khám sức khoẻ, thuộc y học 体格检查, 医学的

med·i·cal

n. médico-a; medicinal, curativo-a;
___ advicebajo orden médica;
___ assistanceasistencia ___;
___ examinermédico forense;
___ historyhistoria clínica;
___ recordsregistros ___ -s; [patient's record] expediente del paciente;
___ staffcuerpo médico;
___ studentestudiante de medicina.

medical

adj médico; — savings account (US) cuenta de ahorro dedicada a los gastos médicos
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