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physio

(ˈfɪzɪəʊ)
n
(Medicine) informal short for physiotherapy, physiotherapist. See physiotherapy
Translations

physio

[ˈfɪziəʊ] n
(= person) (mainly British)kiné m/f
(British) (= therapy) → physio f

physio

n (esp Brit inf) → Physiotherapeut(in) m(f)

physio

[ˈfɪsɪəʊ] n (fam) (person) → fisioterapista m/f; (treatment) → fisioterapia
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