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di·ag·nose

 (dī′əg-nōs′, -nōz′)
v. di·ag·nosed, di·ag·nos·ing, di·ag·nos·es
v.tr.
1. To distinguish or identify (a disease, for example) by diagnosis.
2. To identify (a person) as having a particular disease or condition by means of a diagnosis.
3. To analyze the nature or cause of: diagnose the reasons for an economic downturn.
v.intr.
To make a diagnosis.

[Back-formation from diagnosis.]

di′ag·nos′a·ble adj.
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diagnose

(ˈdaɪəɡˌnəʊz)
vb
1. (Medicine) to determine or distinguish by diagnosis
2. (Medicine) (tr) to examine (a person or thing), as for a disease
ˌdiagˈnosable, ˌdiagˈnoseable adj
ˌdiagˌnosaˈbility n
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di•ag•nose

(ˈdaɪ əgˌnoʊs, -ˌnoʊz, ˌdaɪ əgˈnoʊs, -ˈnoʊz)

v. -nosed, -nos•ing. v.t.
1. to determine the identity of (a disease, illness, etc.) by a medical examination.
2. to ascertain the cause or nature of (a disorder or problem) from the symptoms.
v.i.
3. to make a diagnosis.
[1860–65; back formation from diagnosis]
di`ag•nos′a•ble, adj.
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diagnose


Past participle: diagnosed
Gerund: diagnosing

Imperative
diagnose
diagnose
Present
I diagnose
you diagnose
he/she/it diagnoses
we diagnose
you diagnose
they diagnose
Preterite
I diagnosed
you diagnosed
he/she/it diagnosed
we diagnosed
you diagnosed
they diagnosed
Present Continuous
I am diagnosing
you are diagnosing
he/she/it is diagnosing
we are diagnosing
you are diagnosing
they are diagnosing
Present Perfect
I have diagnosed
you have diagnosed
he/she/it has diagnosed
we have diagnosed
you have diagnosed
they have diagnosed
Past Continuous
I was diagnosing
you were diagnosing
he/she/it was diagnosing
we were diagnosing
you were diagnosing
they were diagnosing
Past Perfect
I had diagnosed
you had diagnosed
he/she/it had diagnosed
we had diagnosed
you had diagnosed
they had diagnosed
Future
I will diagnose
you will diagnose
he/she/it will diagnose
we will diagnose
you will diagnose
they will diagnose
Future Perfect
I will have diagnosed
you will have diagnosed
he/she/it will have diagnosed
we will have diagnosed
you will have diagnosed
they will have diagnosed
Future Continuous
I will be diagnosing
you will be diagnosing
he/she/it will be diagnosing
we will be diagnosing
you will be diagnosing
they will be diagnosing
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been diagnosing
you have been diagnosing
he/she/it has been diagnosing
we have been diagnosing
you have been diagnosing
they have been diagnosing
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been diagnosing
you will have been diagnosing
he/she/it will have been diagnosing
we will have been diagnosing
you will have been diagnosing
they will have been diagnosing
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been diagnosing
you had been diagnosing
he/she/it had been diagnosing
we had been diagnosing
you had been diagnosing
they had been diagnosing
Conditional
I would diagnose
you would diagnose
he/she/it would diagnose
we would diagnose
you would diagnose
they would diagnose
Past Conditional
I would have diagnosed
you would have diagnosed
he/she/it would have diagnosed
we would have diagnosed
you would have diagnosed
they would have diagnosed
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.diagnose - determine or distinguish the nature of a problem or an illness through a diagnostic analysis
analyse, analyze, examine, study, canvass, canvas - consider in detail and subject to an analysis in order to discover essential features or meaning; "analyze a sonnet by Shakespeare"; "analyze the evidence in a criminal trial"; "analyze your real motives"
explore - examine minutely
2.diagnose - subject to a medical analysis
practice of medicine, medicine - the learned profession that is mastered by graduate training in a medical school and that is devoted to preventing or alleviating or curing diseases and injuries; "he studied medicine at Harvard"
analyse, analyze, examine, study, canvass, canvas - consider in detail and subject to an analysis in order to discover essential features or meaning; "analyze a sonnet by Shakespeare"; "analyze the evidence in a criminal trial"; "analyze your real motives"
explore - examine (organs) for diagnostic purposes
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diagnose

verb identify, determine, recognize, distinguish, interpret, pronounce, pinpoint The doctor diagnosed schizophrenia.
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Translations
يُشَخِّص المَرَض
určit diagnózu
diagnosticere
diagnózist megállapít
sjúkdómsgreina
diagnozėdiagnozuoti
diagnosticētnoteikt diagnozi
stanoviť diagnózu
določiti bolezen
teşhis koymak/etmek

diagnose

[ˈdaɪəgnəʊz] VT (Med, fig) → diagnosticar
she was diagnosed with cancerle diagnosticaron (un) cáncer
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diagnose

[ˈdaɪəgnəʊz] vt
[doctor] [+ disease] → diagnostiquer
to be diagnosed as sth [+ person]
She was diagnosed as epileptic → On l'a diagnostiquée comme épileptique.; [+ illness]
Her illness was diagnosed as cancer → Sa maladie a été diagnostiquée comme étant le cancer.
(= identify) → identifier
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diagnose

vt (Med, fig) → diagnostizieren
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diagnose

[ˈdaɪəgnəuz] vtdiagnosticare
it was diagnosed as bronchitis → hanno diagnosticato una bronchite
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diagnose

(daiəgˈnouz) , ((American) -ˈnous) verb
to say what is wrong (with a sick person etc) after making an examination; to identify (an illness etc). The doctor diagnosed her illness as flu.
ˌdiagˈnosis (-sis) plural diagˈnoses (-siːz) noun
a conclusion reached by diagnosing. What diagnosis did the doctor make?
Kernerman English Multilingual Dictionary © 2006-2013 K Dictionaries Ltd.

di·ag·nose

vt. diagnosticar, dar un diagnóstico, hacer un diagnóstico o diagnosis.
English-Spanish Medical Dictionary © Farlex 2012

diagnose

vt diagnosticar
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