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med·i·cate

 (mĕd′ĭ-kāt′)
tr.v. med·i·cat·ed, med·i·cat·ing, med·i·cates
1.
a. To administer a medicinal substance to (a patient).
b. To treat (a disease or condition) with medication.
2. To add a medicinal agent to (a substance): The lozenges are medicated with menthol.

[Latin medicāre, medicāt-, from medicus, doctor, from medērī, to heal; see med- in Indo-European roots.]

med′i·ca′tive adj.

medicated

adj
1. (Medicine) (of a patient) having been treated with a medicine or drug
2. (Medicine) (of a bandage, shampoo, etc) containing medication
Translations
مَمْزوج بِدَواء
s léčivou přísadou
medicinsk beriget
gyógy-
lyfja-; sem inniheldur lyf
ārstniecisks
s liečivou prísadou
ilâçlı

medicated

[ˈmedɪkeɪtɪd]
A. ADJmedicinal
B. CPD medicated soap Njabón m medicinal
medicated shampoo Nchampú m medicinal
medicated cough sweets NPLcaramelos mpl para la tos

medicated

[ˈmɛdɪkeɪtɪd] adj [soap, shampoo] → traitant(e)

medicated

adjmedizinisch

medicated

[ˈmɛdɪˌkeɪtɪd] adjmedicato/a

medicated

(ˈmedikeitid) adjective
having a healing or health-giving substance mixed in. Medicated shampoo.
References in classic literature ?
A medicated glass of water and a medicated bottle of smelling-salts relieved her of all further embarrassment and alarm.
The dog will not be visited again tonight: I may throw my medicated bit of beef at once into his kennel.
I asked for wine they gave me some, but it must have been highly medicated, for I slept yet more deeply than before, and wakened not for many hours.
Table 42: Italian Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for Medicated Skin Care Products -Annual Sales Figures in US$ Million for Years 2001 through 2010 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-43
Along with their medicated products, they also have launched the first few items in a line of non-medicated products, including a special version of their Deep Skin topical that is loaded with anti-inflammatory herbs, but not cannabis.
The consent decree requires the company to adequately control its production of medicated animal feeds and to comply with federal law before it can resume its medicated feed operations.
The line includes Tucks Medicated Cooling Pads, Tucks Take Alongs Medicated Cooling Towelettes, Tucks Hemorrhoidal Ointment, Tucks Internal Soothers Suppositories and Tucks Fast Relief Spray.
Johnson & Johnson's hair loss treatment, Regaine, antifungal treatment, Daktarin, and medicated shampoo, Nizoral, also continued to also perform extremely well.
Several dermatologicals categories benefited from higher income levels among consumers living in Algerias large cities, including medicated shampoos, nappy (diaper) rash treatments and hair loss treatments, sales of which are essentially generated by middle-income and high-income earners, who can afford such mainly imported and highly priced products.
Ermis Labs' new medicated skin care bars drew an overwhelmingly positive response at the American Academy of Dermatology Summer Conference in Chicago.
While paediatric dermatologicals is set to remain flat, medicated shampoos and antipruritics are set to grow over 2013-2018, posting value CAGRs of 1% at constant 2013 prices.
The Texas Court of Criminal Appeals issued a ruling Wednesday declaring that Steven Staley, a mentally ill death row inmate, cannot be forcibly medicated for the purpose of making him competent for execution; and without medication, the judges decided, he is not competent to be executed.