contraindicate


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con·tra·in·di·cate

 (kŏn′trə-ĭn′dĭ-kāt′)
tr.v. con·tra·in·di·cat·ed, con·tra·in·di·cat·ing, con·tra·in·di·cates
To indicate the inadvisability of (a medical treatment, for example).

con′tra·in·dic′a·tive (-ĭn-dĭk′ə-tĭv) adj.

contraindicate

(ˌkɒntrəˈɪndɪˌkeɪt)
vb
(Medicine) (tr; usually passive) med to advise against or indicate the possible danger of (a drug, treatment, etc)
ˌcontraˈindicant n
ˌcontraˌindiˈcation n

con•tra•in•di•cate

(ˌkɒn trəˈɪn dɪˌkeɪt)

v.t. -cat•ed, -cat•ing.
to make (a procedure or treatment) inadvisable.
[1660–70]
con`tra•in′di•cant (-kənt) n.
con`tra•in`di•ca′tion, n.

contraindicate


Past participle: contraindicated
Gerund: contraindicating

Imperative
contraindicate
contraindicate
Present
I contraindicate
you contraindicate
he/she/it contraindicates
we contraindicate
you contraindicate
they contraindicate
Preterite
I contraindicated
you contraindicated
he/she/it contraindicated
we contraindicated
you contraindicated
they contraindicated
Present Continuous
I am contraindicating
you are contraindicating
he/she/it is contraindicating
we are contraindicating
you are contraindicating
they are contraindicating
Present Perfect
I have contraindicated
you have contraindicated
he/she/it has contraindicated
we have contraindicated
you have contraindicated
they have contraindicated
Past Continuous
I was contraindicating
you were contraindicating
he/she/it was contraindicating
we were contraindicating
you were contraindicating
they were contraindicating
Past Perfect
I had contraindicated
you had contraindicated
he/she/it had contraindicated
we had contraindicated
you had contraindicated
they had contraindicated
Future
I will contraindicate
you will contraindicate
he/she/it will contraindicate
we will contraindicate
you will contraindicate
they will contraindicate
Future Perfect
I will have contraindicated
you will have contraindicated
he/she/it will have contraindicated
we will have contraindicated
you will have contraindicated
they will have contraindicated
Future Continuous
I will be contraindicating
you will be contraindicating
he/she/it will be contraindicating
we will be contraindicating
you will be contraindicating
they will be contraindicating
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been contraindicating
you have been contraindicating
he/she/it has been contraindicating
we have been contraindicating
you have been contraindicating
they have been contraindicating
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been contraindicating
you will have been contraindicating
he/she/it will have been contraindicating
we will have been contraindicating
you will have been contraindicating
they will have been contraindicating
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been contraindicating
you had been contraindicating
he/she/it had been contraindicating
we had been contraindicating
you had been contraindicating
they had been contraindicating
Conditional
I would contraindicate
you would contraindicate
he/she/it would contraindicate
we would contraindicate
you would contraindicate
they would contraindicate
Past Conditional
I would have contraindicated
you would have contraindicated
he/she/it would have contraindicated
we would have contraindicated
you would have contraindicated
they would have contraindicated
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.contraindicate - make a treatment inadvisable
advise, counsel, rede - give advice to; "The teacher counsels troubled students"; "The lawyer counselled me when I was accused of tax fraud"
indicate - to state or express briefly; "indicated his wishes in a letter"
suggest, indicate - suggest the necessity of an intervention; in medicine; "Tetracycline is indicated in such cases"
Translations
kontraindisere
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