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treat·ment

 (trēt′mənt)
n.
1.
a. The act, manner, or method of handling or dealing with someone or something: "the right to equal treatment in the criminal and juvenile justice system" (Susan C. Ross).
b. Informal The usual methods of dealing with a given situation: gave the opposing team the treatment.
2.
a. The use of an agent, procedure, or regimen, such as a drug, surgery, or exercise, in an attempt to cure or mitigate a disease, condition, or injury.
b. The agent, procedure, or regimen so used.
3.
a. A written sketch outlining the plot, characters, and action for a screenplay but not including certain elements of a finished screenplay, such as camera directions and dialogue.
b. An adaptation of a novel or other literary work that serves as the basis for a screenplay.

treatment

(ˈtriːtmənt)
n
1. (Medicine) the application of medicines, surgery, psychotherapy, etc, to a patient or to a disease or symptom
2. the manner of handling or dealing with a person or thing, as in a literary or artistic work
3. the act, practice, or manner of treating
4. (Film) films an expansion of a script into sequence form, indicating camera angles, dialogue, etc
5. the treatment slang the usual manner of dealing with a particular type of person (esp in the phrase give someone the (full) treatment)

treat•ment

(ˈtrit mənt)

n.
1. the application of medicines, surgery, therapy, etc., in treating a disease or disorder.
2. a substance, procedure, or course of such substances or procedures used in treating medically.
3. literary or artistic handling.
4. subjection to some agent or action.
[1550–60]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.treatment - care provided to improve a situation (especially medical procedures or applications that are intended to relieve illness or injury)treatment - care provided to improve a situation (especially medical procedures or applications that are intended to relieve illness or injury)
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"
medical aid, medical care - professional treatment for illness or injury
massage - kneading and rubbing parts of the body to increase circulation and promote relaxation
modality - a method of therapy that involves physical or electrical therapeutic treatment
detoxification - a treatment for addiction to drugs or alcohol intended to remove the physiological effects of the addictive substances
chiropractic - a method of treatment that manipulates body structures (especially the spine) to relieve low back pain or even headache or high blood pressure
fomentation - application of warm wet coverings to a part of the body to relieve pain and inflammation
naturopathy - a method of treating disease using food and exercise and heat to assist the natural healing process
naprapathy - a drugless method of treatment based on the belief that disease symptoms arise from problems with ligaments and connective tissues
orthodontic treatment - dental treatment that corrects irregularities of the teeth or of the relation of the teeth to surrounding anatomy; treatment is usually by braces or mechanical aids; "orthodontic treatment of facial abnormalities"
orthoptics - treatment of defects of binocular vision (such as strabismus and amblyopia) by nonsurgical measures (especially by exercises to strengthen the eye muscles)
osteopathy - therapy based on the assumption that restoring health is best accomplished by manipulating the skeleton and muscles
osteoclasis - treatment of a skeletal deformity by intentionally fracturing a bone
acupuncture, stylostixis - treatment of pain or disease by inserting the tips of needles at specific points on the skin
acupressure, G-Jo, shiatsu - treatment of symptoms by applying pressure with the fingers to specific pressure points on the body
autogenic therapy, autogenic training, autogenics - training patients in self-induced relaxation
hydropathy, hydrotherapy - the internal and external use of water in the treatment of disease
rest-cure - rest as a medical treatment for stress or anxiety etc.
curative, cure, therapeutic, remedy - a medicine or therapy that cures disease or relieve pain
2.treatment - the management of someone or somethingtreatment - the management of someone or something; "the handling of prisoners"; "the treatment of water sewage"; "the right to equal treatment in the criminal justice system"
management, direction - the act of managing something; "he was given overall management of the program"; "is the direction of the economy a function of government?"
bioremediation - the act of treating waste or pollutants by the use of microorganisms (as bacteria) that can break down the undesirable substances
dealing - method or manner of conduct in relation to others; "honest dealing"
3.treatment - a manner of dealing with something artisticallytreatment - a manner of dealing with something artistically; "his treatment of space borrows from Italian architecture"
artistic style, idiom - the style of a particular artist or school or movement; "an imaginative orchestral idiom"
4.treatment - an extended communication (often interactive) dealing with some particular topictreatment - an extended communication (often interactive) dealing with some particular topic; "the book contains an excellent discussion of modal logic"; "his treatment of the race question is badly biased"
communicating, communication - the activity of communicating; the activity of conveying information; "they could not act without official communication from Moscow"
detail - extended treatment of particulars; "the essay contained too much detail"
dilation - a lengthy discussion (spoken or written) on a particular topic
consideration - a discussion of a topic (as in a meeting); "consideration of the traffic problem took more than an hour"
talk - discussion; (`talk about' is a less formal alternative for `discussion of'); "his poetry contains much talk about love and anger"
elaboration, enlargement, expansion - a discussion that provides additional information

treatment

noun
1. care, medical care, nursing, medicine, surgery, therapy, healing, medication, therapeutics, ministrations Many patients are not getting the treatment they need.
2. cure, remedy, medication, medicine a new treatment for eczema
3. (often with of) handling, dealings with, behaviour towards, conduct towards, management, reception, usage, manipulation, action towards She was shocked at his treatment of her.

treatment

noun
The systematic application of remedies to effect a cure:
Informal: rehab.
Translations
مُعَامَلَةمُعامَلَه، تَصَرُّف، سُلوك
léčbaléčenízacházení
behandling
hoito
tretman
bánásmód
meîferî
治療
치료
liečeniezaobchádzanie
obravnavanjeravnanjezdravljenje
behandling
การดูแลรักษา
sự điều trị

treatment

[ˈtriːtmənt]
A. N
1. (= handling) [of people] → trato m; [of object] → trato m, manejo m; [of subject, idea] → tratamiento m
our treatment of foreignersel trato que damos a los extranjeros
I wouldn't put up with such treatmentyo no permitiría que me trataran así or que me dieran ese trato
the judge was criticized for his harsh treatment of offendersel juez fue criticado por su trato duro hacia los delincuentes
his treatment of the subject is superficialel tratamiento que da al tema es superficial
for a more extensive treatment of this subject I refer the reader topara ver este tema en más profundidad remito al lector a ...
at that restaurant you get the full treatmenten ese restaurante te tratan a cuerpo de rey
to give sb preferential treatmentdar a algn un trato preferente
to get preferential treatmentrecibir un trato preferente
he has come in for some rough treatment from the pressha recibido un trato duro por parte de la prensa
to give sb the treatment (= beat up) → dar caña a algn; (= entertain well) → tratar a algn a cuerpo de rey
2. (Med) → tratamiento m
she has or receives or undergoes treatment twice a monthla someten a tratamiento dos veces al mes
a course of treatmentun tratamiento
he needs medical treatmentle hace falta atención médica or tratamiento médico
I am still receiving treatment for the injurytodavía estoy en tratamiento por la lesión
to respond to treatmentresponder al tratamiento
3. (= processing) [of sewage, waste] → tratamiento m
B. CPD treatment room N (Med) → sala f de curas

treatment

[ˈtriːtmənt] n
[person] (= behaviour, approach towards sb) → traitement m
We don't want any special treatment → Nous ne voulons pas de traitement de faveur.
Their treatment of him was disgraceful
BUT La façon dont ils l'ont traité était lamentable.
(for disease, injury)traitement m
to have treatment for sth → suivre un traitement contre qch
[sewage, water, substance] → traitement mtreatment room nsalle f de soins

treatment

n
Behandlung f; their treatment of foreignersihre Art, Ausländer zu behandeln; to give somebody the treatment (inf, violently, sexually) → es jdm ordentlich besorgen (inf); during his two-day interview, they gave him the full treatment (inf)bei seinem zweitägigen Einstellungsgespräch wurde er ganz schön in die Mangel genommen (inf); she went to the beauty parlour and they really gave her the treatment (inf)sie ging in den Schönheitssalon und wurde dort nach allen Regeln der Kunst bearbeitet (inf); when the foreign delegates visited the factory, they were given the full treatment (inf)als die ausländischen Delegierten die Firma besichtigten, wurde ein enormes Tamtam gemacht (inf)or eine große Schau abgezogen (inf)
(Med) → Behandlung f; there are many treatments for …es gibt viele Behandlungsarten or Heilverfahren für …; to be having treatment for somethingwegen etw in Behandlung sein
(= processing)Behandlung f; (of sewage)Klärung f; (of wastepaper)Verarbeitung f
(of subject)Behandlung f, → Bearbeitung f

treatment

[ˈtriːtmənt] n
a.trattamento
to give sb preferential treatment → fare un trattamento di favore a qn
he got good/bad treatment → è stato trattato bene/male
our treatment of foreigners → il modo in cui trattiamo gli stranieri
b. (Med) (of illness) → cura; (of wound) → medicazione f
to give sb medical treatment for sth → curare qc a qn
to have treatment for sth → farsi curare qc

treat

(triːt) verb
1. to deal with, or behave towards (a thing or person), in a certain manner. The soldiers treated me very well; The police are treating his death as a case of murder.
2. to try to cure (a person or disease, injury etc). They treated her for a broken leg.
3. to put (something) through a process. The woodwork has been treated with a new chemical.
4. to buy (a meal, present etc) for (someone). I'll treat you to lunch; She treated herself to a new hat.
5. to write or speak about; to discuss.
noun
something that gives pleasure, eg an arranged outing, or some special food. He took them to the theatre as a treat.
ˈtreatment noun
(an) act or manner of treating. This chair seems to have received rough treatment; This patient/disease requires urgent treatment.

treatment

مُعَامَلَة léčba behandling Behandlung μεταχείριση tratamiento hoito traitement tretman trattamento 治療 치료 behandeling behandling leczenie tratamento угощение behandling การดูแลรักษา tedavi sự điều trị 治疗

treat·ment

n. tratamiento, método o procedimiento que se usa en la cura de enfermedades, lesiones y deformaciones;
preventive ______ preventivo;
symptomatic ______ sintomático;
___ planplan o método de ___.

treatment

n tratamiento; breathing — nebulización f;maintenance — (oncology, addiction medicine, etc.) tratamiento or terapia de mantenimiento
References in classic literature ?
Laurie reached the goal first and was quite satisfied with the success of his treatment, for his Atalanta came panting up with flying hair, bright eyes, ruddy cheeks, and no signs of dissatisfaction in her face.
She, he realized, knew the story of his brutal treatment of her mother and hated him for it.
The generous usage the Indians had promised before in my capitulation, was afterwards fully complied with, and we proceeded with them as prisoners to old Chelicothe, the principal Indian town, on Little Miami, where we arrived, after an uncomfortable journey, in very severe weather, on the eighteenth day of February, and received as good treatment as prisoners could expect from savages.
People in difficulty and distress, or in any manner at odds with the world, can endure a vast amount of harsh treatment, and perhaps be only the stronger for it; whereas they give way at once before the simplest expression of what they perceive to be genuine sympathy.
after testing both smiles and frowns, and proving that neither mode of treatment possessed any calculable influence, Hester was ultimately compelled to stand aside and permit the child to be swayed by her own impulses.
Blomefield, `My dear madam, you need not be anxious about the children; my old Merrylegs will take as much care of them as you or I could; I assure you I would not sell that pony for any money, he is so perfectly good-tempered and trustworthy;' and do you think I am such an ungrateful brute as to forget all the kind treatment I have had here for five years, and all the trust they place in me, and turn vicious because a couple of ignorant boys used me badly?
Womb trouble" to Ona did not mean a specialist's diagnosis, and a course of treatment, and perhaps an operation or two; it meant simply headaches and pains in the back, and depression and heartsickness, and neuralgia when she had to go to work in the rain.
Set him 'longside of other Mas'rs--who's had the treatment and livin' I've had?
The thought was forced upon me: "The ras- cals -- THEY have served other people so in their day; it being their own turn, now, they were not expecting any better treatment than this; so their philosophical bearing is not an outcome of mental training, intellec- tual fortitude, reasoning; it is mere animal training; they are white Indians.
The joker spent the remainder of the night, after church, in the cellar of a deserted house, and Nicodemus sat on the cellar door till toward breakfast-time to make sure that the prisoner remembered that if any noise was made, some rough treatment would be the consequence.
I liked the nigger for that; I tell you, gentlemen, a nigger like that is worth a thousand dollars -- and kind treatment, too.
I owe them no good will, considering the brunet one's treatment of me that night.