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first aid

n.
Emergency treatment that is given to an injured or sick person or animal, often by someone who does not have medical training.

first′-aid′ adj.
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Translations

first-aid

[ˈfɜːstˈeɪd] adj first-aid classescorso di pronto soccorso
first-aid kit or box → cassetta di pronto soccorso
first-aid post → posto di pronto soccorso
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