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operating room

n. Abbr. OR
A room equipped for performing surgical operations.
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op′erating room`

a specially equipped room, usually in a hospital, where surgical procedures are performed. Abbr.: OR
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Noun1.operating room - a room in a hospital equipped for the performance of surgical operationsoperating room - a room in a hospital equipped for the performance of surgical operations; "great care is taken to keep the operating rooms aseptic"
hospital room - a room in a hospital for the care of patients
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غُرْفَةُ الْعَمَلِيَاتِ الْـجِراحِيَّةِغُرْفَة العَمَلِيّات الجِراحِيَّه
operační sál
operacijska dvorana
phòng mổ


(ˈopəreit) verb
1. to act or work. The sewing-machine isn't operating properly.
2. to do or perform a surgical operation. The surgeon operated on her for appendicitis.
ˌopeˈration noun
1. an action or process, especially when planned. a rescue operation.
2. the process of working. Our plan is now in operation.
3. the act of surgically cutting a part of the body in order to cure disease. an operation for appendicitis.
4. (often in plural) the movement, fighting etc of armies. The general was in command of operations in the north.
ˌopeˈrational adjective
in good working order.
ˈoperative (-rətiv) , ((American) -reitiv) adjective
in action, having effect. Many old laws are still operative.
ˈoperator noun
1. a person who works a machine. a lift operator.
2. a person who connects telephone calls. Ask the operator to connect you to that number.
ˈoperating room noun
(sometimes theatre) the room in a hospital in which operations are performed.
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operating room

غُرْفَةُ الْعَمَلِيَاتِ الْـجِراحِيَّةِ operační sál operationsstue Operationssaal χειρουργείο quirófano leikkaussali salle d’opération operacijska dvorana sala operatoria 手術室 수술실 operatiekamer operasjonssal sala operacyjna sala de operação, sala de operações операционная operationssal ห้องผ่าตัด ameliyat odası phòng mổ 手术室
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op·er·a·ting room

n. sala de operaciones, quirófano.
English-Spanish Medical Dictionary © Farlex 2012
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