podiatrist


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po·di·a·try

 (pə-dī′ə-trē)
n.
The branch of medicine that deals with the diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of diseases of the human foot. Also called chiropody.

[Greek pous, pod-, foot; see ped- in Indo-European roots + -iatry.]

po′di·at′ric (pō′dē-ăt′rĭk) adj.
po·di′a·trist n.

po•di•a•trist

(pəˈdaɪ ə trɪst, poʊ-)

n.
a person qualified to diagnose and treat foot disorders. Also called chiropodist.
[1910–15]

podiatrist

Specialist in conditions and diseases related to the foot.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.podiatrist - a specialist in care for the feetpodiatrist - a specialist in care for the feet  
medical specialist, specialist - practices one branch of medicine
Translations
pedikér
fodterapeut
jalkojenhoitaja
pediker
足治療医
발치료 의사
fotvårdsspecialist
หมอที่รักษาโรคที่เกี่ยวกับมือหรือเท้า
người chữa các bệnh về chân

podiatrist

[pɒˈdiːətrɪst] N (US) → pedicuro/a m/f

podiatrist

[pəˈdaɪətrɪst] n (US)pédicure m/f

podiatrist

n (esp US) → Fußspezialist(in) m(f)

podiatrist

[pɒˈdiːətrɪst] n (Am) → callista m/f, pedicure m/f

podiatrist

مُعَالِجُ القَدَم pedikér fodterapeut Fußpfleger πεντικιουρίστας podólogo jalkojenhoitaja podologue pediker podologo 足治療医 발치료 의사 chiropodist fotpleier pedikiurzysta podólogo педикюрша fotvårdsspecialist หมอที่รักษาโรคที่เกี่ยวกับมือหรือเท้า ayak uzmanı người chữa các bệnh về chân 手足病医生

po·di·a·trist

n. podiatra, especialista en podiatría.

podiatrist

n podólogo -ga mf
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